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Old 15-02-2003, 04:27 PM
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Default can I start a fig tree from clippings?

currently have some in soil and some in water. will this work?

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Old 17-02-2003, 04:15 AM
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Default can I start a fig tree from clippings?

Thanks for input. I'll remove the clippings I currently have in
water, and transfer them to soil. I don't have any growth hormone,
but will look for it. The clippings are currently at the office, I
was hoping for a response before I go back on Monday... thanks again.


"Jeremy C" jeremyAThortusunlimitedDOTcom wrote in message ...
I have had great success with rooting figs using 6-8" cuttings pushed
all-the-way down to the bottom of the pot and placed on bottom heat. But be
patient, they don't have much top growth for awhile.

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