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Re: Cloning Machines

In a message dated 4/5/05 1:42:16 PM, islandjim1@verizon.net writes:

<< I read/heard someplace that roots developed in water were inferior to 
roots developed in soil. >>

Jim, in classes I have taken it was said that water developed roots have a 
difficult time adjusting to the soil environment when transplanted.  I try to 
keep them in a spot that I can watch them closely when first transplanted.  
    I have never tried rosemary in water but currently have a mass of 
cuttings in water in a tray next to the kitchen window.

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