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Need something new to do for next year's growing season?Posted Tuesday, November 22, 2011, at 4:10 PM
Apparently it is not limited to tomatoes, but other crops are either more challenging or not as high value.
While I did not see a discussion of grafting different varieties on the same plant, I suppose it is feasible, but maybe not practical since each stem has to be the same diameter and it appears these clips would not support anything except straight up grafts.
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