No Gopher-proof Fig Roots
Is it necessary that figs should be grafted in some other roots to keep
the gophers from destroying the trees? What root should I order?
Figs are not grown on any other than fig roots and are generally
propagated by rooted cuttings for the purpose of avoiding the expense of
grafting. The fruit must then be protected by killing the gophers rather
than by an effort to get the tree upon a gopher-proof root.
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