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Thickness of softwood cuttings when propagating kiwi - question  RSS feed

 
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Is this good advice?  I found a site that recommended softwood cuttings be at least thick enough to stand upright with out bending over to touch the ground. 
I would like to propagate some of my Kiwi so I can expand my kiwi next spring.
 
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