Mango tree grafting is quite a challenge and learning how to graft a mango tree is a very useful thing to undertake. You can accomplish mango tree propagation by either planting seeds, or grafting mango trees. Trees take longer to produce fruit when propogating by seed. Mango tree grafting is the preferred method of propogation.
- Grafting of mango trees, or other trees, is the practice of transferring a piece of mature, bearing tree or scion to a separate seedling called rootstock
- The chosen seedling stem should be between 3/8 and 1 inch across, vibrant green in color, free from rot or disease and showing signs of healthy leaves and buds.
- Attempt your grafting during the warmest months of the year when temps are above 64 F. (18 C.).
“Grafting is not difficult provide you keep a few things in mind.”