Grafting Mangoes - Knowledgebase Question

Marco Island, Fl
Question by trryan
July 1, 2010
I have an old mango tree that I planted 6 years ago from a seed. The trunk is about 6


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Answer from NGA
July 1, 2010

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Usually young, vigorous mango seedlings that are about a year old are used as rootstocks for grafting, but you could try top-working your tree by grafting directly on the trunk or limbs of the tree or on to new shoots which develop after the tree is cut back.

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