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Zenport Grafting Knife K108 Budding and Grafting Knife with Sheath

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If you are looking for a high-quality grafting knife that can help you create beautiful and healthy plants, look no further than the Zenport K108 Grafting Knife.

Zenport Grafting Knife K108 Budding And Grafting Knife With SheathThis knife is specially designed for grafting trees and vines, a technique that involves joining two parts of a plant to form a new one.

Grafting can improve the growth, yield, and disease resistance of your plants, as well as create unique varieties and shapes.

The Zenport K108 Grafting Knife features a 3.15-inch (80mm) stainless steel blade that is sharp and durable. The blade's cutting edge measures 2.45-inch (62mm) long and has a unique shape that works well for different types of grafts, such as whip-and-tongue, cleft, splice, wedge, and bark grafts. The blade's cutting surface angle also helps you make precise cuts that match perfectly.


The knife comes with a comfortable red non-slip grip handle that fits your hand well and gives you a firm grip. The bright red handle makes it easily identifiable in field.  The knife also comes with a plastic sheath that protects the blade from damage and allows you to carry it safely.


The Zenport K108 Grafting Knife is easy to use and maintain. To use it, simply make matching cuts on both the scion (the part of the plant that will be grafted) and the rootstock (the part of the plant that will provide support). Then insert the scion into the rootstock and wrap them with grafting tape or wax to seal them together. To maintain it, simply wipe the blade with a clean cloth after each use and sharpen it regularly with a whetstone.


The Zenport K108 Grafting Knife is an essential tool for landscape, gardening, and farming enthusiasts who want to create beautiful and healthy plants through grafting. Whether you want to grow fruit trees, roses, grapes, or cacti, this knife will help you achieve your goals.


But don't just take our word for it. Here are some testimonials from customers who have used this product:


  • "I love this knife! It's very sharp and easy to use. I've grafted several apple trees with it and they all took well." - John from Oregon
  • "This is a great grafting knife for beginners like me. It makes clean cuts that fit together nicely. I've grafted some roses with it and they look amazing." - Lisa from California
  • "This knife is worth every penny. It's sturdy and reliable. I've grafted some grapes with it and they are growing strong." - Mark from New York


Order yours today and start creating beautiful plants through grafting!

Reasons for grafting and budding:

  • Perpetuate clones. Clones of numerous species cannot be economically reproduced from vegetative cuttings because the percentage of cuttings that root successfully is low. For example numerous clones of Japanese maple that either root poorly or lack an extensive root systems are grafted onto the seedling of an Acer palmatum rootstock.

  • Take advantage of particular rootstocks. Certain rootstocks have superior growth habits, disease and insect resistance, and drought tolerance. For example the French crabapple can increase resistance to crown gall and hairy root in apple trees.
  • Increase the growth rate of seedlings. The seedling progeny of many fruit and nut breeding programs may require 8 to 12 years to become fruitful. However, if these progeny are grafted onto established plants, the time required for them to flower and fruit is reduced dramatically.
  • Repair damaged plants. Large trees or specimen plants can be damaged easily above the soil line. The damage can often be repaired by planting several seedlings of the same species around the injured tree and grafting them above the injury.
  • Change varieties or cultivars. Newer varieties of trees may offer improved insect or disease resistance, better drought tolerance, or higher yields. As long as the scion is compatible with the rootstock, the older orchard may be top worked using the improved variety or cultivar.
  • Produce certain plant forms. Numerous horticultural plants owe their beauty to the fact that they are grafted or budded onto a standard, especially those that have a weeping or cascading form.
  • Optimize cross-pollination. Certain fruit trees are not self-pollinating; they require pollination by a second fruit tree through cross-pollination. To ensure good fruit set on the female (pistillate) plant, a male (staminate) plant must be growing nearby. Where this is not possible, the chances that cross-pollination will occur can be increased by grafting a scion from a male plant onto the female plant.
  • Unlike budding, which can be performed before or during the growing season, most grafting is done during winter and early spring while both scion and rootstock are still dormant.

Zenport Grafting Knife K108 Budding And Grafting Knife With Sheath

  • Model: K108
  • Manufactured by: Zenport Industries

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 03 December, 2021.

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