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New growth at graft on Seconda Avocado tree

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Debbz starts with ...
There are 2 new branches at the graft of my Seconda Avocado tree. Should I remove them or leave them to grow?
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9th January 2019 6:59pm
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Markmelb says...
Above or below graft? Pic would help alot??
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9th January 2019 10:40pm
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Debbz says...
Sorry I thought I had.
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Markmelb says...
they are above the graft so leave them - can you see the V graft down low - i can - remove any below that only - cheers
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brad16 says...
That's good advice from Markmelb.

You're probably just confusing a spot where previous growth looks like it has been torn off and it is trying to regrow there. Another good reason to keep them is because they are in a direction that will balance the tree.

From the space and aspect in the photo, I'm guessing this tree will be allowed to grow large. That's my kind of avocado :)

Lastly, lose the cane stake and cable tie. They're redundant now with your other stakes and the cable tie will do more damage than good when the wind picks up.
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