Half-day Grafting Course with David Morrice

Dates: 13th, 27th January & 10th February 2024

Times: 10am – 1pm

Booked courses are non-refundable and non-transferable

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Grafting: About the course

Those attending this grafting course will be shown how to graft their maiden tree using rootstocks. They will also be shown to work grafting to change varieties or produce a family tree. Advice will be given on equipment to use and where to source materials. Participants will leave with the knowledge to graft at home.

What you will need: Sensible winter clothing and footwear for spending time in the orchards.

About the Instructor

David has worked in horticulture since 1974 and has been involved in many different areas including landscaping and producing salad crops. Previous to working in Grow at Brogdale, David worked at East Malling Research Centre growing and propagating fruit for scientists. He has now been at Brogdale for 6 years, propagating fruit trees from the National Fruit Collection for retail customers. David has plenty of experience in teaching grafting and started teaching our courses (Brogdale Collections) in 2013.

What others say…

“Just wanted to say a quick thank you for the course in January. On my return to France, I grafted 25 trees including some grafts from my Reine de Renette which my geese had de-barked. 23 have taken! Of the two that didn’t one was a poor scion wood (brown when it arrived_ and the second was beginner’s poor grafting. I’m planning another 25 verities for next year and phase two of my orchard. So glad I came on the course, I saved my original tree (in some way) and now a tree orchard tree memorial orchard is in the making. It opened up a whole new world to me. Thank you

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Additional information


13th Jan 2024, 27th Jan 2024, 10th Feb 2024

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