BEARSS LIME GRAFTED ON POMELO
Photo shows a pomelo growing in the ground that was topworked with scions of Bearss lime. When the Sarian Farm in Teresa, Rizal, obtained scions of Bearss lime, they were too big to be grafted on calamandarin seedlings.
What to do? The problem was solved by grafting on the branches of a Vietnam pomelo the Bearss lime scions. The photo was taken on October 3, 2018, exactly seven weeks after grafting. The grafts are growing very well. No mortality.
Bearss Lime originally came from Bearss Nursery in California. The fruit is juicy and is usually seedless.