A Simple Way To Root Plants From Cuttings

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http://mikesbackyardnursery.com – Learn the easiest way to root plants from cuttings.

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July 25, 2013

James Kolasinski @ 9:02 pm #

Question…how long would it take to root the cuttings if done in August…before you’re able to replant them??

July 27, 2013

Brian Gateman @ 10:26 pm #

Thanks for taking the time to share knowledge, an easy root growth hormone is willow shoot water, using new growth from a willow tree steeped in water.

July 28, 2013

zmzizi @ 10:25 am #

Very simple: watch and learn!

July 29, 2013

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August 3, 2013

brikfiend @ 2:47 am #

Thanks for a great,down to earth presentation.

August 11, 2013

Samuel Merry @ 1:58 pm #

Thank you very much. i am going to try it today….

Samuel Merry @ 2:05 pm #

Very  easy and simple

August 14, 2013

lavioleteira72 @ 2:18 pm #

Hi Sr.
Does this process … cutting…- works for plant roses…?
Thanks

August 20, 2013

Rosario Soto @ 8:32 am #

here your answer

youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_PfGQqltaFw

and, do you know, what is the soution in wáter???

August 23, 2013

michael hoory @ 7:05 pm #

i forward thses vidoes to african countries but the people do not have all these plastic containers from wallmart,,,

August 24, 2013

Mehmood Ul Hassan @ 12:17 am #

wow. he is actually right. according to botany

August 27, 2013

ETHEREALPAULA @ 2:32 pm #

THANK YOU, I LEARNED ALOT HERE.

4eva68 @ 9:07 pm #

Great info Mike …glad you went into detail on hardwood verses new growth cuttings.
Thanks again.
;0)

August 30, 2013

skidoops @ 5:33 am #

Close your eyes whilst listening… It’s Kermit the Frog!

September 4, 2013

Butch Fertic @ 3:05 pm #

Enjoy the class sir.


September 7, 2013

Juana Val @ 8:00 am #

help me I did replant a apple tree and nothing happen still brown.

September 8, 2013

Kyle Beagle @ 4:14 pm #

Can you keep it inside in a hot room with window light or does it still needing alot of indirect sunlight?

September 9, 2013

grizzlewolf brown @ 4:33 pm #

Anybody know if corn can be rooted from cuttings like flowers can? It’s getting harder to find non-hybrid seed, and most hybrids are made to be infertile in the next generation. I’m still a noob at organic gardening, but I found some hier loom corn and sweet corn. I don’t know if they’ll produce fertile offspring yet, but for future reference too, I would love it if there was a way to clone some one year food crops.

September 12, 2013

NOSHEOL TARSUS @ 5:50 am #

Someone gave me a bunch of bananas on a stem, that has been cut. Can the stem, with the baby-green bananas be replanted? Thanks. Good video.

September 30, 2013

mshonnie2u @ 2:44 pm #

You can also use Honey to root your plants, just dip your plant ends in the honey and just put your cutting in the soil an keep it moist seveal times a day you can use a water bottle over the top of the plant to add humidity like a greenhouse effect.

October 1, 2013

eriklibran @ 6:24 am #

Can you please record one episode without a t-shirt on? Just your pants.

October 3, 2013

loui0008 @ 6:38 am #

thank you for the informative video!

October 6, 2013

Michael Petrovic @ 10:21 am #

@ eriklibran, Can you please record one episode without a t-shirt on? Just your pants.
I have better idea: pants off too, just fig leaf covering front mouse.

October 8, 2013

Rafyc2000 @ 12:09 pm #

Well explained and to the point good work

October 19, 2013

Dhirajlal Bhikha @ 9:27 am #

Very informative, Will experiment with a few cuttings in due course here in Durban, South Africa. Many thanks.

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