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Tomato Plants from Cuttings

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Tomato Plants from Cuttings

Sat Jan 23, 2016 9:24 pm

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To make more Tomato Plants from Tomato Plant Cuttings is super easy. A Tomato Cutting will root if you place it in a glass of water. I just happend to get a great cutting when I accidentially broke one small branch of my indoor Tomato Plant. 

How to: 
1. Cut a small Tomato Branch from your Tomato Plant.
2. Put the cutting into a glass of Water. Wait for a few days until new roots are showing.
3. Plant the cutting in a smal (~6cm) pot and water reguarly.
4. Re-pot the plant after about 3 weeks, as it's getting bigger and the new roots are getting crowded in the pot.


This is a good way to make unlimited "re productions" of your favourite Tomato, without acctually having to re-start by drying seeds. 

If your Tomato Plant is growing to tall, you can also cut the plant of and root it in the same way. Almost magic how easy you get 2 plants instead of 1. 


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Ava R.
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Re: Tomato Plants from Cuttings

Sun Jul 10, 2016 6:55 pm

Rooting Hormone??
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Re: Tomato Plants from Cuttings

Sun Jul 10, 2016 7:01 pm

Ava R. wrote:Rooting Hormone??
Nope, just sticking it into water. :-)
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Re: Tomato Plants from Cuttings

Sun Jul 10, 2016 8:39 pm

Awesome!!
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