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Andrew Kenneth

Sorry for the bad link earlier.

What's your opinion on this one folks?

I think I will keep mine separate.


What do I think? I think "why?". A lot of hard work for what? Something that is neither one thing nor the other. And will they offer choice as to which variety of tomato you buy grafted on to your choice of potato? I think not.

I have the same sort of uneasy feeling about it as I had when I saw that hamburger made in a petri dish.


I can think of better uses for a grafter's skill 



I have a book from the 1930's where there are instructions for doing a gimmick.

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