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Can Tri-Colored Birch cuttings be rooted

Posted by karyn1 MD 7 (bhkalen@aol.com) on
Fri, May 29, 09 at 8:05

If so what's the best way? Do you want to use this seasons growth or older wood? About how long does it take for them to root? I took some cuttings of firm new growth, dipped them in rooting hormone and put them in perlite in a covered pot a few weeks ago but I can't tell if they are taking or not.


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RE: Can Tri-Colored Birch cuttings be rooted

Do you mean Beech? if so then use 3-4 inch tip cutting taken in July. apply 0.8% IBA (Root hormone) stick in well drained soil & mist taking 5-6 weeks to root.... may allllso use root cuttings....


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