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  1. I’ve always heard avocado trees could be grown from seeds but they won’t produce fruit unless they are grafted with a piece of actual fruit bearing tree. Anyone know how true this is?

  2. Avocados grown from seed rarely produce fruit
    before 8 – 10 years, and such fruit may be of poor
    quality. Commercial avocado orchards are planted with
    budded or grafted trees of named varieties of known fruit
    quality. The homeowner who wants an avocado tree for
    its fruit production should either obtain a young grafted
    tree from a local nursery or propagate his own. Budded
    or grafted trees will produce fruit within 2 or 3 years

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