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  • Air Layering

    Went a little crazy....
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  • #2
    Wow!
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    • #3
      They look great! A couple questions, what is the media or mix in the bags? Do you have any ventilation holes in the bags? Any form of rooting hormone? And lastly, are you going to cover the clear bags with anything opaque or let them go as is?

      Thanks so much for any answers, I look forward to trying this for the first time soon!
      2021: The year of figs and a new love of Citrus thanks to http://www.madisoncitrusnursery.com

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      • #4
        A little opening at the top to allow some water to wet the media. I use potting soil mix. No rooting hormones needed. I let keep the clear bags as is.

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        • LouNeo
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          Thanks for the help. Goodluck with your layers

      • #5
        Probably a stupid question, but do you know if you can score a tree and then plant it deeper than it's crown? I'm assuming it'd grow roots where you scored it.
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        • ross
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          Mike,

          I'm referring to an already established tree! Not a cutting :/

        • don_sanders
          don_sanders commented
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          Yes, you can plant a fig tree deeper than the crown and it will root up the stem with or without scoring.

        • ross
          ross commented
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          That's what I thought Don. Thanks for the help.
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