Explainer: What is Grafting and How is it Saving Fruit Trees?

view down a dirt road in an apple Explainer: What is Grafting and How is it Saving Fruit Trees?
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Takeaways:

  • Grafting is a horticultural process that has been around for thousands of years. It is the process of fusing two or more plants.
  • It merges the rootstock of one plant with the young shoot or twig of another plant.
  • The procedure can fend off diseases, make a stronger plant and improve crop yield.

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