Douglas fir do it and you get the remarkable sight in thinned plantation
woodland of stumps in the ground healing over. No idea what root sizes are
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From: Scott Cullen [firstname.lastname@example.org]
SC In any case in my experience the only genus that seesm predictably to
graft between large roots or roots and stems is Fagus. Most others seem not
to. What have others seen?
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