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  • jmaler
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    Pete, I do the water bath with tomato and pepper seedlings all the time. I was thinking the fat white fig roots would just snap off the cutting like when I tried to remove them from the spg moss. Maybe after the roots turn into brown dirt roots they could withstand the waterbath. This may take what 6 mos in the pot before trying to separate?

  • AscPete
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    You can easily separate multiple cuttings in a single pot by using a "water bath". It will easily separate and bare root the cuttings with little or no damage.

  • jmaler
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    Excellent!

  • cis4elk
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    I agree, there aren't any pot shortages around here(Colorado pun) so I would give each cutting it's own pot.

  • jmaler
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    Only thing about rooting multiple cuttings in a single pot is that trying to untangle tender white roots seems disastrous to me. I'll stick with one cutting per pot until I gain more confidence.

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  • Kelby
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    I used Bass's method last summer, rooted 8/8 I tried.

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  • AscPete
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    Here are two videos of propagating green cuttings or "summer rooting". Good Luck.

    https://youtu.be/z28Gsa5oHMw?t=112

    https://youtu.be/yFL-jEkWSV8

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  • jmaler
    started a topic TofJ way to propagate green cuttings

    TofJ way to propagate green cuttings

    I ran across this surfing the net. I am thinking about giving it a try.

    http://www.treesofjoy.com/content/ro...d-fig-cuttings

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