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  • Late Air Layer

    I decided to try an air layer on my Adriatic JH. I was going to prune the branch anyway. I know it's best to air layer in spring, but these branches have a ton of new growth, so I figured it was worth the experience to give it a try.

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    Jason, USDA Zone 8a desert, Southern UT
    Wish List: Martinenca Rimada, Thermalito, Genovese Nero AF, CLBC, CdD-Gris, CdD-Noir, Socorro Black, Red Lebanese (BV), and GM-172

  • #2
    IME ALs are less consistent this time of year and even the successful ones don’t root as fast. It seems to vary by variety for me. I started some on Sept 6 and noticed some roots this morning on a couple. Good luck 👍🏼
    CJ in Memphis 7b/8a WL: Ibiza, La Bourgeoise, Ruby Rose, Figoin, Cherry Cordial, Damigella con Ramo, Corio Provence...any tasty Common Cali seedlings!

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    • #3
      I try ALs at all times of year except winter. They mostly all take with just the time factor being different. Good luck with yours.
      Tony; Pickens county, SC zone 7b
      WL: Dr Clark heirloom, GM Maltese varieties, Nordland
      Care for the Earth...there's no place like home

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      • #4
        I’m stil setting air layers. Seems fine.
        Round Rock, TX 8b - Free - No mask here!
        See profile for current varietal list
        WL:de la Senyora Hiverneca, São Luis, De la Caseta, Cosme Manyo

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