Central Rivers Farmshed

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SORRY, THIS WORKSHOP IS SOLD OUT!

Workshop participants will learn the principles of grafting fruit trees including:

  • Rootstocks
  • Scionwood
  • Where to source stock
  • Types of grafts
  • Grafting tools
  • Graft care
  • Hands on: whip & tongue grafting using the Sheild Method
    • After practicing, participants will graft their own tree to take home.

About the Instructors:
Polly and Oren run Field Notes Farm and Upstream Cider where they produce organic fruits and vegetables and wild fermented cider. They have been planting apples, peaches, apricots, and plums for the last six years and plan to graft and plant more than 1000 trees this year.

Pre-registration is required and space is limited.
$30 for non-members, or $25 for Farmshed members.
A limited number of scholarships are also available, email info@farmshed.org for an application.

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