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Re: What's everyone up to?

  • Subject: Re: What's everyone up to?
  • From: Hedgehug@AOL.COM
  • Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2004 18:13:16 -0400


So you soak the foam in water, then poke a hole in it and insert your cuttings the way you would insert them into a pot of soil?

Then you put a thin layer of wet newspaper over the top of the whole thing?

Don't you have problems with that fuzzy grey mold developing?

How long til the cuttings root?

Do you break away the foam when you plant the rooted cutting in soil?

If not, does the foam dissolve into the soil?  Or is it always around the roots?


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