How to Make a Grafting Wax Compound


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Grafting, generally used to propagate fruit trees, is the joining of two trees to make one. To graft one tree onto another requires cutting into the bark. This is where grafting wax comes in: it protects the wound while it heals. Although grafting wax is available at most large gardening and farm centers, it is easy to make your own grafting wax compound.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
4 lbs. resin
2 lbs. beeswax
1 lb. tallow
Large pot
Bucket

Place 4 lbs. resin, 2 lbs. beeswax and 1 lb. tallow into a large pot and melt it over low heat. You may need to cut the beeswax into smaller pieces if the block is too large for the pot


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