[NAFEX] rooting hardwood cuttings

rooting rooting at hortus.com
Thu Mar 25 22:11:28 EST 2004


Hardwood cuttings do not require any light until the leaves form.
Keep the bottom temperature above 65F.
In the case of hardwood cuttings you likely will need a rooting hormone like
Rhizopon AA #2 or #3 (0.3 and 0.8% IBA). The products found in the Home
Depot and Franks have too low a concentration of rooting hormone then is
required for root formation for hardwoods; they are likely best for
herbaceous cuttings.

For information on how to use the rooting hormones see:
http://www.rooting-hormones.com/drydip.htm

and for taking of the cuttings including juvenality see:
http://www.rooting-hormones.com/takecut.htm
http://www.rooting-hormones.com/cutcare.htm

regards
MRK


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <buretachi at juno.com>
To: <nafex at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Thursday, March 25, 2004 8:01 PM
Subject: [NAFEX] rooting hardwood cuttings


> i'm trying to root hardwood cuttings of A. arguta, kolomikta and also
> Cudrania tricuspidata over bottom heat with hormone in sand/peat.  Is a
> lot of light beneficial, or would shaded be better?  Bright light seems
> like it would encourage leafing out without any root formation.  Would no
> light and just bottom heat work?
>
> Scott
>
> Lancaster, PA
>
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