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Bud Grafting and Splice Grafting Knives for Grafting Plants

Grafting plants—with the right knife you can

If you want to graft woody plants, you need a very sharp knife to trim the plant cleanly. Therefore, bud and splice grafting knives are extremely sharp. At OTTER-Messer‘s in Solingen, we manufacture these special grafting knives in exact manual work and with the greatest possible care. Because gardening is much easier for you with a high-quality special knife, regardless of whether you work with it as a hobby gardener in your home garden or professionally in gardening and tree nursery.

The grafting

Woody plants such as roses or fruit trees in particular, but vegetables such as cucumbers and tomatoes as well can be grafted excellently. Grafting is a very old method of combining desired qualities of different plants of a generic group in one plant and multiplying them artificially vegetatively. A distinction is made between two different grafting methods: bud and splice grafting.

Bud or Splice grafting knife: What‘s the difference?

Bud and splice grafting knives are extremely sharp knives. Therefore, they are not only used in gardening and landscaping. They are also widely used in crafts. However, their main purpose is to graft trees and other woods. Depending on the grafting technology, different knives are used:

  • Bud grafting (winter or spring grafting):         
    With this method, the stock (lower part of the plant with stem and roots) and the slip to be grafted on are flattened and connected by plugs. Here, a clean cut is essential. For this reason, bud grafting knives are single-edged.
  • Splice grafting (summer grafting):     
    With this technique, the gardener cuts vertically into the bark and opens it with the so-called bark remover or bark lifter, a pointer attached to the knife. He then places a premium bud of the second plant in the open place. Therefore, a typical feature of the splice grafting knife is the attached blunt pointer for lifting the bark. The blade of this type of knife is single-edged.

Individual laser engraving

On request we engrave your pocket knife with your name.

Sharpening service

Our sharpeners bring your knife back into shape in professional handcraft. Of course, this also applies to knives of other manufacturers and brands.

Pocket knife workshop

Would you like a completely individual pocket knife? In our pocket knife workshop you can build your own pocket knife. Sign up right away!

Buy a pocket knife

In our online shop you will find numerous different handmade pocket knives.

Grafting plants—with the right knife you can If you want to graft woody plants, you need a very sharp knife to trim the plant cleanly. Therefore, bud and splice grafting knives are extremely... read more »
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Bud Grafting and Splice Grafting Knives for Grafting Plants

Grafting plants—with the right knife you can

If you want to graft woody plants, you need a very sharp knife to trim the plant cleanly. Therefore, bud and splice grafting knives are extremely sharp. At OTTER-Messer‘s in Solingen, we manufacture these special grafting knives in exact manual work and with the greatest possible care. Because gardening is much easier for you with a high-quality special knife, regardless of whether you work with it as a hobby gardener in your home garden or professionally in gardening and tree nursery.

The grafting

Woody plants such as roses or fruit trees in particular, but vegetables such as cucumbers and tomatoes as well can be grafted excellently. Grafting is a very old method of combining desired qualities of different plants of a generic group in one plant and multiplying them artificially vegetatively. A distinction is made between two different grafting methods: bud and splice grafting.

Bud or Splice grafting knife: What‘s the difference?

Bud and splice grafting knives are extremely sharp knives. Therefore, they are not only used in gardening and landscaping. They are also widely used in crafts. However, their main purpose is to graft trees and other woods. Depending on the grafting technology, different knives are used:

  • Bud grafting (winter or spring grafting):         
    With this method, the stock (lower part of the plant with stem and roots) and the slip to be grafted on are flattened and connected by plugs. Here, a clean cut is essential. For this reason, bud grafting knives are single-edged.
  • Splice grafting (summer grafting):     
    With this technique, the gardener cuts vertically into the bark and opens it with the so-called bark remover or bark lifter, a pointer attached to the knife. He then places a premium bud of the second plant in the open place. Therefore, a typical feature of the splice grafting knife is the attached blunt pointer for lifting the bark. The blade of this type of knife is single-edged.

Individual laser engraving

On request we engrave your pocket knife with your name.

Sharpening service

Our sharpeners bring your knife back into shape in professional handcraft. Of course, this also applies to knives of other manufacturers and brands.

Pocket knife workshop

Would you like a completely individual pocket knife? In our pocket knife workshop you can build your own pocket knife. Sign up right away!

Buy a pocket knife

In our online shop you will find numerous different handmade pocket knives.

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