Just wanted to make sure I understand Doug Hind's comments on grafting.
Doug are you saying that from your experiences, and studies that grafting is
not necessary or desirable in most instances?
I tend to agree with your sentiments, and rationale, but I'm no scientist and
almost every commercial orchard seems to recommend grafting on disease
resistant, vigorous root stock. If this does affect quality of fruit ,
nutrition etc. that would be an important fact for me.
Too much of our fruit is tasteless, and bland... grown for shipping quality,
and shelf life, and often grown on grafted stock.
Like to hear more on this from the experts. Until you brought this up I too
would have followed common wisdom, and bought grafted stock! Now I'm not so
Dwarf trees seem to have a number of advantages...as far as I know such can be
grown only on grafted stock. Please educate me on this:) frank
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