ʻUlu Grafting - Top Working

Top-working is a technique for grafting established trees to another variety. The existing tree, the “stock," is cut back dramatically, sometimes leaving just one or two limbs (nurse limbs) to supply the tree with energy. In this video, Grow Paradise demonstrates how to top-work an Otea breadfruit scion onto a Maʻafala stock. 

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