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Hello, Ms. Stella! Yes I actually do need your help!
Hello, Mr. Santos! I'm Stella. I heard you need some help to propagate your mango orchard.
Don't worry, Mr. Santos! I'm here to teach you the Grafting method.
So, what should I do first Ms. Stella?
First, you need to get your right materials. A grafting knife, grafting tape, a sterilizer, and a plastic bag.
Always remember to sterilize all your grafting materials.
Got it! What should I do next?
Remove the leaves from the scion. Wrap the fresh cut scion in a wet newspaper then transport them right away in the place of grafting.
Next, you have to find a healthy, strong, free of pests root. It should be at least 25cm tall and thick as a pencil.
Next, you have to cut the scion at the 10cm length with a grafting scissors.
Okay! What's the next step?
Next, cut the mango rootstock seedling horizontally at a height of about 6 – 8 cm above soil level by using a pruning scissor or sharp knife.
Use a scalpel to cut the scion in a v-shape.
After that, insert the scion as deep as possible into the rootstock and align the two parts.
That seems easy. What's after that?
After inserting them, it's now time to enclose the union by putting grafting bandage. Make sure its very tight.
Then, cover the scion once more with the bandage but a little bit loose this time.
Remember to not cover the terminal bud to let it grow and produce leaves.
Okay, I will take note of all the things you said.
Yes it's easy! Thank you for your help Ms. Stella.
After that, just let it heal. Once it got healed, remove the bandages. And continue to take care of it.
It's easy right?
Sure! Glad to help.
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