Grafting Fruit Trees | The best grafting techniques for Apples, Pears and other fruit trees


As melhores técnicas de enxerto para pereiras e macieiras – “Inglês complicado e fenda modificada” Resumo – 1.Inglês complicado – para garfos e porta-enxertos do mesmo diâmetro Resumo – 2. Enxerto de fenda modificado: para garfos e porta-enxertos de diferentes diâmetros Resumo – 3. Enxertia de uma variedade de pera asiática numa pera selvagem de semente Técnica de enxerto inglês complicado Zona 9a – Melhor época – Março / Abril – Comece por fazer um único bisel no garfo Faça um corte idêntico no porta-enxerto. Verifique se o comprimento dos dois cortes em bisel é semelhante Corte a lingueta no garfo e no porta-enxerto. Comece num ângulo maior para inserir a faca e reduza-o à medida que for avançando. Um movimento rotativo suave permite mais controle do corte As linguetas podem ser mais ou menos profundas, mas precisam começar no mesmo ponto e devem ter a mesma profundidade. Tente evitá-lo, mas, se for necessário, remova o garfo e refaça os cortes para um melhor ajuste. Importante: não sobreponha a casca com nenhum dos lados do bisel, pois isso pode causar má cicatrização. Não sobrepor à casca Fixar com fita ou ráfia natural em áreas com muito vento. Ao enxertar numa área protegida, eu só uso o Parafilm. Proteja o enxerto com o Parafilm para evitar a desidratação e evitar que a chuva entre nos cortes Se preferir, você também pode cobrir o garfo. As gemas libertar-se-ão facilmente do Parafilm. Para melhores resultados, esta técnica de enxerto requer garfos e porta-enxertos do mesmo diâmetro. Garfo muito fino. Garfo do mesmo diâmetro. Ponto de diâmetro ideal (cortar aqui) Não é necessário mais do que 3-4 gemas no garfo Com o uso de Rafia natural e Parafilm, você pode manter algumas gemas que seriam cobertas com fita adesiva. Esta gema pode rebentar com este método de fixação. Exemplos de resultados Pereiras, macieiras, cerejeiras, ameixieiras, nespereiras, figueiras, amêndoeiras e muitos outros tipos de frutas podem usar esta técnica. Técnica de enxerto de fenda modificada A melhor técnica para usar quando garfos e porta-enxertos têm diferentes diâmetros Se possível, escolha uma zona lisa para fazer o corte Muito suavemente, com um movimento de rotação, faça um corte perto da borda do porta-enxerto O corte deve ter o mesmo diâmetro do garfo Faça um bisel normal no garfo Faça um pequeno corte em ângulo do outro lado. Ajuste o garfo, pressionando firmemente contra a base do corte Ponto de contacto do Câmbio Envolva com fita, ráfia ou parafilm Enrole com fita adesiva, ráfia ou parafilm. Isolar bem contra a chuva. Exemplos de resultados Enxertia de uma variedade de pêra asiática num porta-enxerto de pereira de semente Obrigado pela visualização Consulte o canal para ver mais vídeos sobre outras técnicas de enxerto. Clique em Gosto, Subscreva e Compartilhe o vídeo para apoiar o canal.

58 thoughts on “Grafting Fruit Trees | The best grafting techniques for Apples, Pears and other fruit trees

  1. Essa técnica não é fácil para mim. Mas um dia vou tentar. Muito boas as dicas. Parabéns.

  2. Thank you for another great video Jaime, yesterday I did 17 grafts (plum cherry and apricot) on my old peach tree to join three plum grafts I had done on previous years. I wish I had seen this video first as I would have tried out this technique. Maybe I will find something else to graft onto it just because I want to!

  3. Thank you very much for sharing very informative video. Although I have completed my budding work but I have recorded the video and will use the precious information on my next budding adventure.

  4. привет. спасибо за видио.Твой новый нож красив. Чья фирма.Покажи окулировку глазком если можно. А виноград вы прививаете ..,Украина г Николаев.

  5. Nice video sir. Please make video on summer grafting, notching and the use of pgr(plant growth regulator) I.e. promolin, perlan etc.

  6. Thanks very informative as usual. This year apple and pears graft seems to have worked well for me, using mostly whip and tongue. One difference is that I wrap first with parafilm and then put a rubber outside to guarantee contact. The good point is that rubber starts to degrade within a couple of months due to direct sunlight so I don't even need to cut or remove it , it becomes weak so don't strangle the graft once its role is not needed 🙂

  7. sr james sacadura, excelente video,tambem faço a minha enxertia toda com esse metodo(fenda inglesa),tenho-me dado bem mesmo bem.Me diga… tenho duas ameixoeiras que florescem muito cedo,agora,ou nao dao nada ,ou a geada as queima,apesar de estarem sempre carregadinhas de blossoms.Que me aconselha,(sao ameixas das vermelhas).abraços de traz os montes(VILA-REAL).

  8. Hello my friend 👍 verry good teknik süper video 👍☘️, . ☘️🌿🍀🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲👍

  9. Please suggest can we use used tea leaves which cleaned and dried tea leaves properly in place of coco peat waiting for your valuable suggestion.

  10. Hola que grande eres si señor te puedo hacer una pregunta dices que se puede en higueras y en el granado se puede tu lo has probado saludos¡!

  11. I have a crab apple tree that is just over one year old. My neighbor has an apple tree that is 4 years old. Are these good candidates for this type of grafting? Great videos. I just subscribed.

  12. That is absolutely masterful work! Thank you for the video, I'll be using your techniques in my own pear orchard soon!

  13. I have been making whip grafts in my own orchard for a few years now. I agree that the best results are achieved when the scion and parent branch are the same diameter. Sometimes the graft will still work when the scion is a smaller diameter that the parent branch. However, the reverse has never worked for me. The scion must never be larger.

    EDIT: Just subscribed to your channel.

  14. Wonderful Grafting technique, thank you. Can you please tell me what you call that white marker pen ? And where can I get it from ? Amazon?

  15. We do grafting in۔ a different way here in Kashmir but ur technique is better nd would like to do the same from now.

  16. last year i planted a pineapple pear tree that is about three years old or more now and was wondering if you can graft other varieties onto it before it has even produced any fruit,, this year I planted a hood pear nearby but it looks like it didnt make it, where do you suggest I purchase a good tree that I dont have so many problems with, the pineapple pear had black rot leaves last year but since I have sprayed it in the winter and spring I havent seen any problems, the tree came from walmart and is doing great now but the blooms just fell off and no sign of any fruit……last year I retired and moved and have an acre to plant some fruit trees, have started a grape vine, and blueberry bushes that are finally doing okay…..didnt realize here in florida that they require lots of water but now have a drip system which I think has helped greatly…..

  17. Olá! My next project thanks to your videos. I have a dying mandarin tree and a healthy grapefruit tree. I just found out that you can graft between different citrus so I will be taking scions and hopefully getting them grafted onto the grapefruit (which I'm not a big fan of) so I'll have one multi-citrus tree and then I can try something else where the mandarin was once it dies. Very excited!

  18. Thanks very much , i really enjoyed with bnane your video and next time when i sm grafting , i Will use your techniek , very good video.

  19. It would be a nicer video if you talked that way people can pay attention. It is hard to read the screen and look at your technique at the same time.

  20. Youtube recommendations… Don't even know what grafting is or why I would ad parts of different trees to my original tree

  21. Yo no sé de esas cosas'! Alguien k me diga con qué fin se hace eso!??? Y si el injerto tiene que ser d la misma especie de plantas!"?

  22. Watched the first minute only and I gotta say this dude sucks. You never cut toward yourself. Just looking to cut yourself.

  23. I'm a beginner to the art of grafting, pruning and managing fruit trees. I've spent countless hours researching this topic ( I just enjoy gardening and growing my own food) and your videos are far and away the best source of information available. I want to express my gratitude to you. I watch your videos for the expertise provided, but also just purely for entertainment value! Thanks man, you get me through cold winter nights and give me confidence to have a crack at this for myself

  24. Very nice. Can I do that with two different fruits or do they have to be the same kind of fruit trees just thinking out loud thank you

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