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Re: [nafex] grape cuttings
Thanks. I have some of the fungi you recommend. Tried it on most
everything this year - I'm hoping it will give the heirloom tomatoes
some help against pathogens. (Healthy plants should better tolerate
pathogens, or so I hope.) I'll dust a bit of it on the roots before
"Lon J. Rombough" wrote:
> If the weather is settled and warm enough to plant tomatoes, you can plant
> the cuttings out in their permanent place. Just keep them watered, or
> better yet, mulched with compost. I also highly recommend the use of
> mycorrhizal fungi on the roots. There are links to sources on my web site.
> -Lon Rombough
> Grapes, writing, consulting, more, plus word on my grape book at
> >From: Ginda Fisher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Subject: [nafex] grape cuttings
> >Date: Fri, Jun 1, 2001, 7:46 PM
> >I have a couple of dormant trimmings from my canadice grape vine that I
> >stuck in a vase this spring (to "force" for some early greenery).
> >They've both sprouted roots. I also have a friend who'd like a canadice
> >grape vine.
> >Any reason not to just drop my cuttings in the ground? Anything in
> >particular I ought to do to help them along?
> >Ginda Fisher
> >eastern Mass., zone 6
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