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Growing Tomatoes From Cuttings

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Did you know you can grow tomatoes from cuttings too?
  • growing tomatoes from cuttings, gardening, Tomatoes belong to the nightshade plant family There is a unique thing about nightshade plants they grow roots along the stem any stem
Tomatoes belong to the nightshade plant family. There is a unique thing about nightshade plants: they grow roots along the stem, any stem.
  • growing tomatoes from cuttings, gardening, You can snip the suckers off with your finger and there you have a cutting
You can snip the suckers off with your finger and there you have a cutting.
  • growing tomatoes from cuttings, gardening, But a single leaf will do too Just cut them gently off not to damage the plant
But a single leaf will do too. Just cut them gently off not to damage the plant.

To see more: http://northernhomestead.com/how-to-grow-tomatoes-from-cuttings

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  • Kathy Barker
    Kathy Barker
    on Jun 17, 2015

    Wonderful I'm going to try this.thanks for idea.👍🌱

  • Denise
    Denise Orange, TX
    on Jul 13, 2015

    Will they root in water or directly in the soil?

  • Rosanne
    Rosanne Atlanta, GA
    on Jul 20, 2015

    you'll have better luck if you root them in water first to get the 'maters established

  • Josh Uranga
    Josh Uranga
    on Jun 9, 2017

    You should use a rooting hormone for cuttings

  • Armi
    Armi Brentwood, CA
    on Jun 15, 2017

    Great Idea! I will have to try this. Thanks!

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