[NAFEX] Clove Currant - propagating
tolenio at sentex.net
Wed Apr 6 16:08:12 EDT 2005
Crandall roots easily, and suckers even better. Root it like a grape
cutting, or in middle summer use a spade to sever a sucker from the
mother, and then transplant it in the fall if the sucker survives.
You do not need a mist bench.
You can also set up a nursery trench in the fall, and as soon as the plant
is dormant take cuttings and place them in the nursery trench. Many will
root by spring.
On Wed, 6 Apr 2005 12:21:33 -0700 (PDT), Lisa Almarode
<lisaalmarode at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I keep hearing about propagating under mist; is there
> a low-cost home-use-type mist system somewhere out
>> Crandall is to use green
>> cuttings and root them in a mist bench.
> Lisa in Ashland Oregon
> USDA Z7 - Sunset Z7 - 1800' - 19" annual rainfall
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