Bud Grafts

Here is the budding tape I use at amleo.com
It is item number 3405 at the top of the page.
If you are only doing a few grafts for your own use this knife on Amazon.com

should be sufficient: Zenport K106 Grafting and Budding Folding Knife, Dual Edge

Tip, 2.25-Inch Stainless Japanese Steel Blade
If you are doing more than a few, a better knife will make life easier: Antonini

Professional Grafting & Budding Knife with Bark Tab

I have purchased many beautiful fruit trees from Arman and his lovely family throughout the years here in Hawaii. At the local market they frequent, he and ever present family, consistently have the most excellent quality and quality of trees.

By - Robert Standard Says: November 10 , 2012 at 04:16 am

Arman, This is the best thing I have seen on the Internet by far! This is what I have been wanting to do. find an easier way to get tree’s started.instead of waiting on seeds, or transplanting the whole tree. I want to learn more about this Air layers! thank you so much.

By - William Don Higgens Says: April 16 , 2011 at 07:50 am