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Offline andrea.a

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Re: Necrotic tissues and color changes in graft joints
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday, 03 September 2013 - 20:44:02 »
That's what I learn from this topic: look at grafted plants as often as possibile, and do something as soon as possibile when something strange happens in its growth.
When the pot is moisted and the scion does not receive water... it's time to regraft!
I lost some plants only because I waited too long!!
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Re: Necrotic tissues and color changes in graft joints
« Reply #21 on: Tuesday, 03 September 2013 - 21:58:56 »
Yes, indeed: if the scion doesn't look healthy and is not growing - it's time to regraft or reroot the scion...
Some pictures from my collection:
http://e-aiand.com/kollektsioon/index.php

 

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