I have a few scions of plums sent to me (dormant) and a few 1 year old potted Marianna rootstocks from last year. I've read that the best success rate is from bud grafting, with buds from the current year (not dormant, as I have). My question is what to do with the scions? Try whip and tongue? Or can the dormant scions be used to bud in May instead?
Sorry, new to stone fruits...
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Stone fruits seem to like it warmer. Don't graft too early. Last year I had 95% failure in my first batch early in the season, then tried some later on after the rootstock already had 1/4" of leaf and 75% of them took. Mostly all whip and tongue. I've read that they also want heat to callous off rather than cold. good luck.
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