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Might as well not waste those apricot cuttings....

After recently pruning back our Apricot trees, I decided to attempt to graft some scions onto one of our wild plum trees. I used a process that had worked for me before, and it's a great way to make things better and more productive on our homestead!


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GREAT content - and so much more of this stuff is needed!! - practical "how tos" which enable people to grow their own organic food and be less reliant on the big-corporate-big-pharma-controlled system.

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