Through my experience I have learned from my failures. I am posting some common failures so you don't repeat them.
1. Start grafting too early before the bark peels.
2 Grafting when a cold front approaches. You achieve better success when it is warm and the tree is vigorously growing. Growth is a function of temperature an when it cools off growth slows.
3. Don't freeze scion wood.
4. Don't put a soaking wet towel with your scion wood. It will mold. Damp only.
5. Don't seal your scion wood in a vacuum sealed bag. The natural gasses released will cause it to swell up like a balloon
6. Don't repeated take wood from the refrigerator to graft, place it back in the refrigerator several times. the temperature changes damage the scion wood. Store in a cooler with ice while grafting.
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