Amande des conseils en herbe s'il vous plaît.

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gray_bale a écrit le 24/05/2011 18:17 (ref msg # 30677 )
Je n'ai jamais fait tout d'amande en herbe avant. Mais le contrôle de l'bourgeons, ils ont tous deux petites feuilles qui sortent de l'endroit où l'œuf doit être.

Est-ce OK pour l'utilisation en herbe à la fin de Juin.

Désolé si mon français n'est pas bon.
patrice a écrit le 24/05/2011 19:59 (ref msg # 30678 )
Hi

You can write English ... Because the software translation is bad. (as bad as I speak english)

I understand you want to do a T-bud or a chip-bud.
But, around the bud, there are two little leaf.
And you want to know if it is ok.
gray_bale a écrit le 24/05/2011 20:42 (ref msg # 30680 )
My apologies, I was trying to be too clever.

I am English, and my English is also not too good.

Yes I had a lot of failures this year, in whip and tongue grafting almonds, and I want to T bud this June.

But in checking the buds of the almonds they all have 2 very small leaves that are each about 4mm long.

http://www.gb-online.co.uk/dump/almond%20buds1.jpg


Will this cause me a problem in T budding, and will these leaves rot and cause me a problem.

Or am I worrying to much.


"patrice" a écrit :
Hi

You can write English ... Because the software translation is bad. (as bad as I speak english)

I understand you want to do a T-bud or a chip-bud.
But, around the bud, there are two little leaf.
And you want to know if it is ok.
patrice a écrit le 28/05/2011 10:17 (ref msg # 30731 )
Bonjour

Généralement, j'utilise des yeux tel celui en bas à gauche de la photo.
floyd a écrit le 28/05/2011 13:27 (ref msg # 30733 )
Hello gray-bale, don't worry,
These are "stipule", a natural part of green leaves.

Ce sont des stipules qui sont une partie habituelle de la feuille.
Une stipule…


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