How to clone tomatoes?
Fall is here and I had my first good freeze. It was 25 at my place Thursday night. I lost some things but was able to save a lot. Most of my tomatoes and peppers made it as they were covered well or in unheated green houses.
I want to cut the terminal growth of some these tomato plants, may be even some of the secondaries (suckers) if they look better than the terminal end. From what I have read I then dip them into a rooting hormone and right into seedling pots.
Do any of you do this for growing tomatoes indoors through the winter? I'd sure love to have fresh tomatoes when there is 5 feet of snow on the ground. LOL, don't we all!
As far as the peppers go I will dig up one or two of the better ones and put them right into 5 gallon buckets. Both the tomatoes and peppers will go into the growing room under lights for the winter.
Please let me know how you would do something like this.