Grafted Vegetable Plants
What is a Grafted Vegetable Plant?
Grafted vegetables are created when the top part of one plant (the scion) is attached to the root system of a separate plant (the rootstock). The rootstock contributes vigor and disease resistance while the scion is chosen for fruit flavor and quality. Grafting has been used in agriculture for centuries to improve plant health and yield (fruit trees and grape vines are two familiar examples). Grafted vegetables are currently widespread in Asia and Europe among produce growers and are gaining popularity in the US, especially with organic farmers. Our plants are grafted by hand in a unique, carefully controlled environment using innovative methods recently developed here in Oregon.
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Grafted Pepper Plant-Wonder bellYTG117
70 days. There seemed to be no end to the pepper production of Wonder Bell. Semi-upright plants loaded up with staggerin...
Grafted Pepper Plant-Ancho MagnificoYTG118
75 days. IQue rico! Your chili rellenos will be the talk of the neighborhood! The largest Ancho in our trials, these fru...
Grafted Pepper Plant-Italian SweetYTG119
70 days. Produces a heavy set of 8-inch long, conical, thick walled, very sweet peppers that turn red very quickly. When...
Grafted Tomato Plant-Sungold/Sweet MillionYTG125
Cherry Combo--Two of the most popular Territorial cherry tomato varieties on one plant. Double variety. Sungold's fru...
Grafted Ketchup 'n' FriesYTG140
Potatoes and Tomatoes harvested off the same blimey plant! This exciting grafted combination was first introduced to U.K...