Fruit Tree Grafting in Your Garden
Lyngso Garden Materials, Inc.
345 Shoreway Road
San Carlos, CA 94070
Contact: mgsmsf@ucanr.edu
Sponsor: Master Gardeners of San Mateo & San Francisco
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Fruit Tree Grafting in Your Garden

Want to put new life into old trees? This is a hands on class where we will examine the tools, timing, and types of grafts, and see examples of compatible and non-compatible grafts. This presentation will cover the techniques of grafting and why and how one would use these methods.

Presenter Master Gardener, Master Food Preserver, and Certified Edible Landscape Trainer Michael Klein:   Michael Klein joined the San Mateo/San Francisco Master Gardener program in 2011.  He has conducted pruning and grafting clinics, and became an Edible Landscape Trainer in 2012.  He has spoken at gardening events on topics such as alliums, container gardening, and shade maps.  He has attended cooking classes around the world and his garden includes many unique herbs, vegetables, and tropical fruits and flowers. His personal garden features multiple fruit trees with numerous grafts to pollinate apple and cherry trees along with growing different varieties of apricots, plums, and apples on the same root stock.

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