Grafting is already being done quite successfully by local people in late winter (February-March) on Morus spp., Ficus spp., Pyrus spp., and Prunus spp. to get higher fruit production to improve their micro economy. There is also the possibility of grafting Olea europea (olive) on the native Olea ferruginea (wild olive) to make it a more profitable and sustainable species for the local people. In this regard, successful experimental trials were carried out at National Agriculture Research Centre (NARC) in Islamabad. But the results have yet to be applied in the Lesser Himalaya areas. Grafting different strains of Olea europea from different countries should be done to make it successful.

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