What explains the need to harvest cuttings for grafting fruit trees in winter?

Cuttings, for grafting are harvested in winter, stored until spring in a cold place, usually under snow. Cuttings are harvested in winter before the onset of frost, as spring cuttings can be damaged by frost.

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