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Hi.
Can someone advise me whether the vigorous growth on the grafted avocado is actually the root stock growing and not the graft. It looks diffrent and the original plant hasnt grown much. What should i do if it is? Many thanks.
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Karen
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4th May 2017 6:57am
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Markmelb says...
A photo would have helped? If you can identify the graft -- any growth below should be removed as is directing energy away from the top section.
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Brendan says...
A photo would be nice Karen. Cheers.
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Karen says...
Thankyou to tthose who have replied. My ohotos must not have uploaded. I will try again.
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Markmelb says...
Really hard to tell but the vigorous stem looks like original seedling - do you have tag of variety? as smaller stem has typical Grafted plant leaves that are darker and more leathery - seedlings have longer pointed & grooved leaves vs smooth leaves where veins are - looks like a Hass maybe. The graft union looks a bit compromised too - personally I would graft some of the lower one just above graft on seedling.
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