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Re: [IGSROBIN] Rootone by Schultz


Cindi , i just strip off a new limb [small] of what i want to root or cut at
a joint, wet in water, dip in rootone, and i root mine in sand, just be sure
and keep the sand wet all time, I have been rooting azelias, datura,
cuttings of rose bushes,in fact i have some roses that are growing like
every thing in the sand, am waiting on the last frost date to put outside in
the yard,
                                                      Dot zone 7





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