Fruit Trees

Are dwarf type GMO

Zone London | 4u537 added on May 14, 2019 | Answered

Hi I'm new to gardening and wanted to know if you can make any fruit tree into a super dwarf type? Thanks

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Answered on May 14, 2019

Yes. You can make any fruit tree a dwarf, as long as you graft it to a dwarf rootstock of the type of fruit tree that you have.

For example: Many citrus are dwarfed by grafting onto the rootstock of the "Flying Dragon" Trifoliate Orange.

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