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Zenport Grafting Tools and Supplies

Grafting and Budding Knives

Grafting and budding knives must be kept razor sharp so they will cut smoothly. Two grafting knife cutting edge bevel styles are offered, dual-taper and single taper. Some grafting knives include a bark lifter which is used to separate the bark and lift it away from the cambium layer.

  • Grafting and budding knives must be kept razor sharp so they will cut smoothly
  • Two grafting knife cutting edge bevel styles are offered, dual-taper and single taper
  • Some grafting knives include a bark lifter which is used to separate the bark and lift it away from the cambium layer

Omega-Cut and V-Cut Grafting Tools

Special devices known as grafting tools have been designed for making various types of grafts. The most common are the Omega-Cut and V-Cut models. The clean cuts made by the grafting tool allow you to get a perfect fit, every time. For professionals this means less money lost to wastage on grafts that don't take. For the amateur it means the confidence to experiment with grafting, without the worry of mastering complex grafting techniques.

  • Special devices known as grafting tools have been designed for making various types of grafts.
  • The most common are the Omega-Cut and V-Cut models.
  • The clean cuts made by the grafting tool allow you to get a perfect fit, every time.
  • For professionals this means less money lost to wastage on grafts that don't take.
  • Gives the amateur the confidence to experiment with grafting, without the worry of mastering complex grafting techniques

Grafting Tape, Wax and Tree Wound Emulsion

First wrap the vine or tree graft with electrical tape or wax covered nurserymen's grafting tape; then you have the option of carefully covering the union and binding material with grafting compound. Emulsion is applied cold with a brush (included in bottles) or paddle to fresh grafting or pruning wounds in most any kind of weather, except while raining or freezing. Always wet the brush or paddle before dipping into the emulsion.

  • First wrap the vine or tree graft with electrical tape or wax covered nurserymen's grafting tape
  • You have the option of carefully covering the union and binding material with grafting compound
  • Emulsion is applied cold with a brush (included in bottles) or paddle to fresh grafting or pruning wounds
  • Emulsion can be applied in most any kind of weather, except while raining or freezing
  • Always wet the brush or paddle before dipping into the emulsion








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