Burrito method question

tomtuxman(6bNY)April 30, 2013

How long until I can unseal and check cuttings for callous or roots? I took them April 11.

They have been sealed first in clear baggies, then all together in a small black plastic bag (also sealed), hanging in a darkish relatively cool shed.

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donaldvancouver(cool wet z8)

Normally two weeks. Better get crackin'. If the shed is really cool it might take three or four weeks, but I'd check them anyway.

    Bookmark   April 30, 2013 at 9:48PM
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roseseek

You can check for callus and roots any time you want, as long as you don't allow them to dry out while you check. Usually, two weeks is the optimum time, but sometimes they might take a little longer. In my conditions and experience, more than three weeks usually means failure, but YMMV. Good luck! Kim

    Bookmark   May 1, 2013 at 12:09AM
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