Grafting Macadamia nut seedlings is a great way to introduce new plants to your farm. Macadamia trees, though one of the more challenging trees to introduce, can be grafted too. So, if you’re wondering how to graft macadamia nut trees, don’t go anywhere! We’ve researched the topic and have a method for you to try.

To graft macadamia nut trees, follow the steps below:

  1. Choose and grow your rootstock
  2. Select your scion from your preferred macadamia tree
  3. Prepare your scion for grafting with a grafting knife
  4. Make a cut into the rootstock for the scion
  5. Bind the two together with a rubber strip or grafting tie
  6. Wrap the entire graft with parafilm grafting tape
  7. Allow it time to grow before planting in the ground

Those are the basic steps to graft a macadamia tree, but keep reading as we elaborate on each one further. We’ll also answer some other questions you might have about macadamia nut seedlings and grafting and growing them

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