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best way to root tomato cuttings?


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Old 02-13-2009, 06:47 AM
Trent San Clemente Trent San Clemente is offline
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Ron, What is the best way to root tomato cuttings? Will the tomatoes not develop correctly if the cuttings have flowers on them. Im not growing indoors so i can't really adjust the light cycle.

Also, do you have a favorite homemade hydroponic design that I could try building? I'd like to try one that I could keep inside or out in case I decide to grow indoors. I built a decent water culture system as well as a scrappy ebb and flow.

Finally, I'm saving up for a MH light and mover. Where could I get a good deal? Thanks!

Trent San Clemente, CA

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Old 02-13-2009, 06:48 AM
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With vermiculite. Flowers don't matter. If they fall off they will grow more. You live in California the home of Indoor Grow Stores, You should have no trouble ordering a light close to home for shipping cost consideration.
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Old 05-13-2010, 02:01 PM
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you can grab a multi tap ware house light for about $30 or so, and a 400 w mh for around $30 also, thats what i did and it works great, make sure you get one with a reflector, if not you can make your own.

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