Graft seperated, can I callus & root it without cutting square?
I just received a grafted plumeria plant, Lava Flow, that separated at the graft.
The seller is replacing it for me free of charge so that is no problem.
I would like to try callusing and rooting the scion section, but it is cut on a diagonal slant.
The cutting is about 6 inches long now; if I square off the cut end it will be about 4 inches long.
Can I callus and try to root the cutting without cutting the diagonal end square?
Is there any particular brand or strength of rooting hormone recommended for plumeria? This would be my first attempt at rooting a cutting.
This post was edited by NJZ7 on Sat, Jul 26, 14 at 21:04