Monday, May 3, 2010

Halocho #560 - May one eat the fruit from grafted trees?

It's a Torah prohibition to graft trees with branches from a different type of tree or plant.

One may not own a grafted tree; it needs to be uprooted.

However, one may graft a tree with a branch of the same type of tree.

One may take a branch from a grafted tree and plant it.

One may eat the fruit from grafted trees.

Source: Kitzur Shulchan Aruch 174:1-2

- Danny
Monday, 19 Iyar 5770 - 34th day of the Omer

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