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Pete, it is always a good idea to talk to your Extension agent.

I lost several of my indoor cuttings to mold, as i was over cautjous preventing them from drying out, but managed to get two real strong plants aind two pretty good ones. I shared them with Ray Der Phan, as he gives me tomato plants and such.

But i had 75% success with the ones i just stuck in the ground beside the older vines, so, that is the way i will do them from now on. You may want to try some that way, too. I just dipped them in root hormone, poked a hole in the ground with a big screw driver, stuck the cuttings in the hole, and then packed the dirt back in around the cuttings with the tip of my cane. You do not have to use a cane, as any things will work to get the air out of the hole, but i had mine handy.


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