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Avocado Tree Died Back to Below the Graft

We had a Hass avocado tree in California. Then it died or we thought it did. It has begun to grow, but we believe it is below the graft. If we let it grow will the avocados be good to eat? I read somewhere that most of the California avocado trees are grafted on to either Topa Topa or Zutano. Thank you for your help!

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April 20, 20170 found this helpful

Make sure you remove any suckers that appear below the graft. If you don't do that, it will affect the fruit. You can read more in this article: https://www.gar  r-root-stock.htm

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