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aneh starts with ...
I have started experementing with grafting lately, so far i have had success grafting mango, and i have just grafted kaffir lime, lemonade and blood orange onto a bush lemon the only thing is the scions i had available were only 5-6mm in diameter, not sure if there is a recommended thickness, and it will be interesting if it will work in this weather as its starting to get a bit cold around perth now, does anyone have any advice for grafting citrus etc?
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Brendan says...
Hi Aneh, I seem to have more success with grafting avocados if the scion is around 6 to 8mm diameter. Have not tried citrus at all. If the scion and root stock are different diameters, just make sure they are flush on one side. As to when to graft, opinions vary greatly.
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tecko says...
Hi, aneh. I'm thinking of grafting: Fuji & Red Delicious apple onto my Pinkabelle and Eureka lemon onto my Meyer lemon. Which grafting method did you use? Any elaborations & tips will be much appreciated. Thanks very much & congrats on your success in grafting.
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peter says...
have a look at

www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/hl/grafting
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tecko says...
Hi Peter. Thanks for your info. help. Will have some fun carrying out the grafting experiments late winter.
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