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Q.Will The Entire Rootstock Become The Fruit Tree, Even Below The Graft ?

Zone 44857 | Anonymous added on September 9, 2021 | Answered

The only graft that “took” was about (5) inches above the ground. What I thought were water chutes at ground level, could they have been fruit tree limbs, peach tree grafts in this case.

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Answered on September 22, 2021

This could happen if your one graft does not "take" well, and the fruit that the rootstock produces may not be great. This article may be helpful:

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