"Where a budding future starts, with a little Graft Craft"
Over the last few years our website has proven to be popular with SCIONON GraftingSystemsTM users and others interested in propagation. During this time we have managed to iron out the inevitable glitches associated with a new website build. We have recently added new features to the site to enhance our visitor's experiences. If you continue to experience any issues please do not hesitate to let us know. We thank you for your continued assistance and use of this site. Please visit us again soon - we have more changes planned.
SCIONON GraftingSystemsTM are an original concept in the approach to grafting. Since their introdution in 2009, our unique innovative designs have lead the way, having won many awards. These versatile multi-functional grafting tools are extremely durable, being made from high quality materials and are still leaders today.
SCIONON are 'innovators' - the rest are followers!
The hand held SCIONON® Grafting Shears™ are an extremely versatile tool allowing unskilled persons to prepare at least 6 graft types safely and easily in the 3mm to 19mm diameter range.
With minimal training and practice SCIONON® modular bench grafting tools will enable the novice or experienced grafter to prepare the following grafts - rind, whip & tongue, cleft & wedge grafts - in material between 5mm to 25mm in diameter.
Easily prepare graft wood up to 15mm in diameter. SCIONON® grafting knives are most suited to preparing grafts safely and easily in small to medium scion wood diameters.
Hi Ian, I have one of your original SCIONON Grafting Shears. This is a very good tool and I have achieved a very good strike using it. Nicoleta
Hi Ian, Thanks for your help setting up the SCIONON kerf knife for my job. It went fine and I would recommend it as an economical tool for small grafting jobs. Cheers. Rod Herron
In 2011 our kiwifruit orchard operation was seriously affected by PSA, and we knew we needed to graft to get through. We contacted Ian Adams from Scionon to assist with grafting over to G3. Two