Yearling... With promise
We have some mature wild pears (I call them sand pears) and some younger store bought pears (mostly Ayers) that need pruning. I'm going to try my hand at grafting some trimmings from the store bought trees onto the wild pears this spring and just started reading tutorials. Is it necessary to cut scions in the fall and store in fridge til spring or could I both cut and graft on same day in spring? I don't understand what benefit the fridge storage has. Any links to easy grafting training is appreciated too. Thanks.