Grafting Tool

  • 4 Stars
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$ 79.99
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# GT3
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Weight: 0.80 lbs

Makes perfect cuts for better results!

Uniform cuts for faster, more consistent grafts. Includes three blades, an omega cut, a "V" cut, and a budding ('T') cut. Complete with two anvils and instructions.


  • 8" long
  • Grafter can make a cut through 1/4" to 1/2" plant material using the rounded "V" blade or Omega blade
  • Heavy duty poly and steel construction
  • Squeeze-grip operation
  • Made in Italy

Product Features

  • Includes "omega" and "rounded V" blades for grafting, and a flat rectangular blade for budding. Also includes a small and large white anvil. The larger anvil is used in conjunction with the flat rectangular blade "T" for budding.


Product is covered by A.M. Leonard's one year guarantee


    QUESTION: What is an Omega cut? ANSWER: An Omega cut looks like a horseshoe or jigsaw puzzle cut. (see "Blade Shapes" link below for a picture). QUESTION: What is a "Rounded V" cut? ANSWER: It is a "V" cut, but gently rounded at the bottom of the cut (see "Blade Shapes" link below for a picture).

Review Summary (Based on 13 Reviews)

5 Stars

Omega Grafting tool James Crawford from CA wrote February 06, 2019

Love this tool. I acquired rootstock and scion from the Rare Fruit Scion Exchange, and that afternoon had completed all of the grafting. It was relatively simple. A few times the rootstock would get bound in the cutting edge. One limitation is size, the material should be close to 1/4" and that's about it. The graft joints are a perfect fit, and easily bound with tape.

4 Stars

Beginner Grafter Dan B from PA wrote April 25, 2018

Used all three blades, none of them very sharp. All worked best on larger caliper scion and rootstock. Love the T budding setup. Changing from V to Omega, ok, from them to T Bud setup could be better. Would recommend to anyone learning, can't speak for more experienced grafters.

4 Stars

Dull Blades Owner of a fruit and nut farm in California. Emerson Uyematsu from CA wrote March 13, 2017

I have grafted with a grafting knife for years. This tool is even better only if and if you sharpen the blades. I used a dremel tool and now it cuts positively and like a dream. The sharpened blades make the tool into an easy and simple task. I will never use a grafting knife again. This will open up a new world of changing or adding to the tree that you have. I wish I had for the last 50 years.

3 Stars

Good tool but: Tom G from OR wrote March 18, 2015

The blade must be sharp for it to cut cleanly. On mine the point of the v blade came down a little bit beyond the anvil so I had to make my own elongated anvil blocks out of hardwood.

5 Stars

Grafting Tool Review Ron Bailey, retired chemistry teacher from TX wrote March 13, 2015

I have wanted to graft pecan trees to get a pecan tree to produce papershelled pecans. I purchased the tool and was amazed about how easy the tool is to use. I do not have the full use of my hands to make the types of grafts needed. The tool works great and is fool proof. I have also used the tool to graft citrus trees. The tools ease of use makes grafting fun and easy.

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