Monthly Archives: April 2018
This tree has been damaged by hungry rabbits in the winter. In order to rescue it I’ve planted two rootstocks next to it and grafted into the trunk above the damaged part. The rootstock is cut to reveal the cambium, inserted under the bark and sealed with a grafting wax.
Posted by Tom Adams on 13th April 2018, under Uncategorised
Welsh Perry variety Gwehelog just starting to grow from bud grafted onto the Pyrus communis rootstock last August. The new growth has a few aphids taking some of that fresh spring sap. I’ll try my new home made ‘apichi’ pesticide on them tomorrow. It’s made from garlic, black pepper, chilli powder, ethanol, water, molasses and […]
Posted by Tom Adams on 6th April 2018, under Uncategorised