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Re: Maximize cuttings


Hello,

The water to soil propagation technique is frequently used in Holland.
Especially zonals are easy propagated. Currently I am experimenting with
some south-african geraniums. In general I think you should experiment with
succulent or woody stems of about 10 cm length.

Bye,

Peter Brouwer
a.p.brouwer@iquip.nl
----- Original Message -----
From: Cynthia Pardoe <RegalArt@AOL.COM>
To: <IGSROBIN@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU>
Sent: Saturday, September 04, 1999 12:52 AM
Subject: Re: Maximize cuttings


> Hi Riedy,
> That's a good remedy for re-hydrating a cutting short term. Unfortunately,
> what happens with this technique is that the roots grow hairs on its root
> system.  Because it most composite for the water intake. The Hair like
fibers
> makes it very difficult to have a successful transition from water to soil
> survival rate.
>     Has anyone been successful with this water to soil propagation?
> Cynthia,





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