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Old January 11, 2018   #1
rick9748
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Default Grafted plants

Located in central South Carolina and looking for some quality grafted heirloom plants.
Based on your experience what would you suggest.
Yes, will be going my own grafting but want to try others.
Do you have "best quality" suggestions on shipped grafts??
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Old January 18, 2018   #2
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Just about any place that sells plants, also sells grafted plants - tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, watermelon, etc...
It'd probably be more satisfying to give it a go yourself. Buy some rootstock and scion seed and practice.
When transplanting a grafted plant - do not bury it below the original rootstock because the scion roots will then take over and the graft basically becomes pointless.
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