[NAFEX] kiwi cuttings-which end is up?
Mark & Helen Angermayer
hangermayer at isp.com
Wed Apr 2 20:22:20 EDT 2008
Don't know if it matters which end is up for planting, but sometimes people
will mark the top end by using an angle cut, and the bottom end by using a
flat cut. Any chance they marked them that way?
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Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2008 3:38 PM
Subject: [NAFEX] kiwi cuttings-which end is up?
> I just received a bunch of kiwi cuttings from UC-San Diego &
> wondering if it matters which end is up when planting? The bottom is
> not marked & they're not necessarily thicker on one end. I was
> thinking maybe the buds should point up, but looking at my plants
> growing outside, the buds point in both directions (to be more
> specific they point in the direction of the sun no matter which
> direction the vines are headed). Any quick responses appreciated as
> I've got everything all laid out to pot up.
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