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This years UC Davis cuttings rooting now

Posted by tmc2009 6a (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 23, 13 at 1:15

I received my UCDavis cuttings on Feb 28 and put them in the moss by March 2. It's been about three weeks and I'm transferring them to the cups.

Here is a link that might be useful: UC Davis cuttings progress


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RE: This years UC Davis cuttings rooting now

Your plants look wonderful and you have helped many im sure that watch your video's.
Now if only spring would arrive.
Regards,
Martin


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RE: This years UC Davis cuttings rooting now

Thanks, The last storm that missed us had some ocean tail effect because it was so big they mentioned someone still got 9 in of snow yesterday in MA.


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TMC - Your videos are great. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us. I have several questions. At what temperature range do you root your cuttings? Do you ever use additional bottom heat? When your cuttings are ready to put under the lights, how many hours of light do you give them each day?

Thanks
Bob


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RE: This years UC Davis cuttings rooting now

I do not use a heat mat. I'd say they are at about 70-72F. They get about 8 hours under the florescent lights.


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TMC - I appreciate the information. Thank you.

Bob


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RE: This years UC Davis cuttings rooting now

TMC,
Why only 8hrs a day of light? I'm exposing mine to 16 hrs. and they're quite happy. Thanks


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