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I know there are people on this forum interested in the topic, so thought I would share my experiences with this Article

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Akiva, Great article, I really enjoyed it.
 
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Wow! That is an excellent article! Thank you so much for taking the time to write it up. Quick, duck! I'm throwing an apple at ya!
 
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Very good article
I've already emailed it to several folks

 
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I enjoyd it too very honest
 
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Wow. I want to read all the articles. Thanks very much, Akiva!

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Yes...excellent advice and inspiring.  I'm eyeing all of my trees/shrubs, etc for cuttings now
 
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Thanks for the kind responses
 
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I really enjoyed reading your article. Thanks Akiva!
 
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From your pictures, it appears that your mulberries are rooted in sand, other plants appear to be rooted in the soil. Is there a plan that denotes which medium you use? Or does your plan consist only of: Empty space is here, fill it!
 
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Softwood (summer cuttings) are in sand, hardwood dormant cuttings go in soil
 
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Well, now that I've seen your answer, duh!

That fits with the research I've done in the past. I intend to start hardwood cutting this winter. Elderberry, mulberry, chokeberry, and a couple others. Just to increase my own population though.
 
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