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Free bud grafting class in Portland area August 3rd

 
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We will be at the Home Orchard Society arboretum in Oregon City.  9 am, other events to follow.  Check it out if you're interested.
http://www.homeorchardsociety.org/events/budding-workshop-summer-pruning-annual-potluck-2/


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I'll be out of town that day. Will there be others? If not that's ok. I think the rootstock I have is too small for budding anyway
 
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It happens once a year, so you can come next year.  We also offer whip and tongue grafting classes in February, but they have a nominal charge.  
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Thanks John!

For those of you in the area, it will be a really great class. I have friends who have gone and really loved it. The Home Orchard Society does a lot of really awesome work, and their horticulturist is really knowledgeable.
 
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