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  • #26
    Those thin ones, regardless of length seem to be the easiest to do a bark graft with also. I've had much more success with those than bud grafting...so says the amaeture grafter.

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    • #27
      I rooted one a little thicker then a toothpick.

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      • #28
        Hi

        ​​​​​​This is my first post. I am from Malaysia. Started growing figs since June last year.
        I have alot of problem rooting cutting but have very good result airlayering using spagnum moss as medium. Below is the thinnest cutting I manage to root, one of my rare success. The variety is called Persian White.

        Mark

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        • #29
          Smaller than a pencil. Small ones dry out fast, need to keep in a humidity bin or use parafilm. If they leaf out too fast they will stall and die. Keep in the dark.
          Zone 7a VA

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