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kaffir lime

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val2 starts with ...
my grafted lime I believe has died, but the root stock is growing shoots, is it worth growing on the root stock or pull it out
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5th November 2018 11:21am
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jakfruit etiquette says...
Hi Val2, that rootstock looks like a Citrange, these have inedible fruit, and unless you can bud or graft citrus, or know someone who does, it might be quicker to start over with a new tree.
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val2 says...
thanks for the advice, I have pulled out the root stock, I'll concentrate on my Orange, Pummelo and Mandarin, sill got a lot of Kaffir leaves in the freezer, keep me going for now, thanks heaps for taking time to reply.
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