9 thoughts on “How to Bud Fruit Trees

    Esther Aviana Platt

    (October 15, 2018 - 5:06 am)

    I'm trying to understand how bud grafting anatomy actually works, but no book or website explains this: If not only the bark but also the cambium is lifted out, the cambium would end up on the outside of the bark of the bud that is inserted. How are they supposed to match up and grow if the open side of the bud cutting is only touching the internal wood of the stock? Wouldn't you need to instead shave off the tree's very thin bark where the bud will go, peel off the sliver of wood on the bud cutting, and bind the bud to the exposed cambium?

    Alifadel Fadel

    (October 15, 2018 - 5:06 am)

    thank for information.
    shold i remove the wood in the back of the bud or leave it. please answer.

    Henry karrow kamara

    (October 15, 2018 - 5:06 am)

    Thanks for all the videos

    Murugesh Darvin

    (October 15, 2018 - 5:06 am)

    Hi Madam,

    Good To See You, I have a Question,

    If i going to make Patch Budding to Seedling Plants,The Patch Bud Wood how many days to Keep then to Make Patch Budding

    For Eg) :> Patch Bud-wood tree some other Place , Seedling Plants Some Other Place. So If i need to Collect Bud wood May be Some Hour or Days So How it Possible to Make It,

    Claeton Jackson

    (October 15, 2018 - 5:06 am)

    Can we graft a different type of fruit lets say apple to a peach tree and will it take?

    GrowOrganic Peaceful Valley

    (October 15, 2018 - 5:06 am)

    Washington is a great state for apples and cherries. You could also grow walnuts, pears, peaches, and nectarines. Depending on how late your last frost is you could also grow apricots and apriums.

    Cass Riggan

    (October 15, 2018 - 5:06 am)

    Hi I'm a young teen with a raised bed it is 11 feet by 4 feet and I was wondering if you could give me some advise on what to grow (live in northern Washington)


    (October 15, 2018 - 5:06 am)

    I love you videos

    Nicole D

    (October 15, 2018 - 5:06 am)

    I'm sure this can be explained in a very complicated way. But you did it very well. Thank you. This was very interesting. ^_^

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