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Once the bottom is secured tight with tape then the bark flap holding the scion
can be chopped at the top. To get better success the tree should be pruned down so that the newly grafted bud becomes the uncontested new apical bud. In other words, all buds/suckers that would immediately compete for apical dominance should be removed.

Cherries are easy. This is a wild cherry that is getting a larger variety grafted onto it. Not sure what the best variety is for Western Washington but the Bings and Royal Ann's will produce medium sized cherries that taste good.
 



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