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Please give advices-shriveled plumeria cutting

Posted by Nguy none (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 29, 13 at 15:41

Hi everyone,

I purchased a J105 cutting online two weeks ago. I am going to start rooting it today but the bottom part of the cutting is shriveled (please see picture). I don't see any rot, but that part is soft and in dark color. Would you please give me advices how to do in this case? Should I cut off the shriveled part of just do rooting without cut-off. Thanks


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RE: Please give advices-shriveled plumeria cutting

  • Posted by mksmth oklahoma 7a (My Page) on
    Tue, Oct 29, 13 at 21:00

The shriveled part is no good now. Cut it until you get a good clean area. Allow it to callous then root.

The vendor may replace it if you ask nice.

Mike.


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RE: Please give advices-shriveled plumeria cutting

  • Posted by Nguy none (My Page) on
    Mon, Nov 4, 13 at 13:22

Hi Mike,

Thanks for your reply. I contacted the vendor and the cutting will be replaced. The vendor asked me to cut the cutting and I did, It has rot in it. The rooten part was 5 inches and the intact part is 6 inches. The vendor doesn't ask me send back the intact part, so I am trying to root that short cutting.
Thanks again Mike.


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