This is a second appeal for more information on the pinch-and-poke technique.
-- HOW is p-and-p from just regular propagation?
-- What does "pinch" mean? "Poke?" -- Do they have specialized meanings?
-- What is the medium for the "cuttings?"
Can someone please point me to the best "tutorial" on the subject?
P-and-P sounds so good. I'd love to try it. ..... wdc