🥇 HOW TO MAKE A GRAFT OF KIWI【 2022 】

Growing Kiwis can be a complete Odyssey for those new to the industry. Its variability when cultivated is gigantic, especially from the seeds. They are normally used backstage to achieve better growth, or directly graft the males in females to save space if we only have few plants. A tremendous mess, and that is why today we will clarify the eternal question of how to graft a Kiwi correctly.

Índice
  1. Grafting Kiwi "whip"
  2. How to Graft a Kiwi
    1. We tie the stems
    2. We remove the lower part of the stems
    3. We finish the graft
    4. ✅ When are Kiwis Grafted?
    5. ✅ What maximum height should the grafts have?

Grafting Kiwi "whip"

This type of Kiwi Graft It is surely one of the simplest and most popular. We must select a kiwifruit graft not exceed the 1.5 centimeters in diameterusing some splinter the same size. We select stems, in the latency period of the previous year's shoots. Eye, we cannot select those that are frozen or damaged, nor cold either.

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How to Graft a Kiwi

Overall time: 30 minutes

We tie the stems

We tie the selected stems to the graft cuttingsand roll it up in a damp paper towel. Finally the we refrigerate (in a plastic bag)and wait until we want to perform the kiwi graft.

We remove the lower part of the stems

Before continuing, we remove the underside of kiwi graft scions stored. With a cut at the lower end of approx. 3-4 centimeters long, at an acute angle of 20-25º. We make a similar cut on the top of the rootstockand so they can stand firmly together.

We finish the graft

With much take care that there are no residueswe place the cut sides so that they are in contact. We wrap with tape so that they are smoothly overlapping.

✅ When are Kiwis Grafted?

We select stems, in the dormant season of the previous year's shoots. Be careful, we cannot select those that are frozen or damaged, nor cold either.

✅ What maximum height should the grafts have?

We must select a kiwi graft that does not exceed 1.5 centimeters in diameter, using a rootstock of the same size.

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