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September 13, 2012, 09:42:25 PM
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late summer /ealry autumn is a good time. you need to get soft green growth. branch that has gone woody will be very difficult to root. late summer early autumn that new wood has had a good growth spurt. take cuttings early in the morning when the tree has been filling up and restoring energy over night.

when you plant your cutting keep the soil dry. keep the propogator warm but not in direct bright sunlight good light near a window or shaded in a green house not direct sun. you want the plant to search for moisture in the ground. keep the leaves and air around the leaves moist. the plant will feed through its leaves and search for water through the soil. but you dont want it to find water in the soil. wet soil will cause damping off and your cutting will rot.

it will take a couple of months to root.
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September 13, 2012, 09:44:26 PM
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WOW... Thanks man... I know how to do cutting so I am very familiar with the process...


I will do it over winter and hopefully have a handful of cuttings rooted to plant in the spring... I will be searching tomorrow for some fresh green branches......


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September 14, 2012, 09:43:27 AM
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yes the best way to get seeds out of the fruit is to open the fruit scrape the inside out throw away the skin. take a piece of kitchen roll or toilet roll. place the fruit that you scooped from the skin into the kithen/toilet roll. squash the juice out of it and keeping squeeing the juice and drying it with roll.

then you should be able to open the roll and have the seeds with most of the fruit and juice taken away. then wrap what is left in a bit more roll and leave in a dry warm place. when the roll of seeds is dry then you can post. the seeds can be planted straight from the roll. the loo roll is a good starting grow medium for germination of seeds.

Thanks for the instructions ... I'll roll some this weekend  Grin
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November 21, 2012, 02:24:16 AM
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I wonder if they ever arrived  Undecided
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