So, after my first small scale experiment with one-node fig cuttings last year (where I had essentially wasted those fig cuttings, I didn't have any success trying) I gave up on the idea for a little while. I direct-planted them in cups, with one half of the bud facing up and one facing below the … Continue reading One-node fig cuttings, Revisited (Pt. 1)
I rooted around 100 pomegranate cuttings over the last year using two different techniques. I lost a few cuttings, but for the most part had good success using two methods that are also commonly used to propagate figs: ROOTING CUTTINGS DIRECTLY IN SOIL (or drinking cups with drainage holes drilled in them, in this case) … Continue reading Rooting Pomegranate Cuttings: Two Different Methods
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