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Old May 25, 2017   #1
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Anyone else like to graft their tomatoes? Id love to hear about some techniques, rootstocks, and results I may not be aware of !

Here is the last batch of Red piriform and Black krim heirlooms grafted to maxifort i grew out for a few folks to use in their home gardens.
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Old May 25, 2017   #2
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Welcome and nice work! It was my first year grafting heirlooms onto RST-04-105 and some Big Beef for practice.

One of the main threads is here:
http://tomatoville.com/showthread.ph...light=grafting

What medium do you use for soil blocks?
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Thanks for the link. Still finding my way around here I start everything in rock wool, those 4 inch pots are actually just loose full peat/perlite mix
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