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Stem And Branch Propagation Vs Seed Propagation

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Posted 22 April 2012 - 02:20 PM


The different of the two type of propagation is seed propagation we brought from nursary or
shop or online,we never know the condition of the parent or way it harvest. Stem/branch propagation
we able to know the health of it. Seed and stem/branch propagation have both succeed and failure. Stem/branch
succeed rate are more higher. Furthermore,stem/branch propagation need not going through seedling to mature plant.
In watering, stem/branch propagation easier to control than seed. Furthermore, those plant that not easily available in market,
simply cutting its stem/branch and you have a new plant

My success of stem/branch propagation of Ficus Retusa.Please observe new leave growing.If I purchase it from shop it may cost $40 and above,
now I save the money.
This was another Ficus Retusa propagated.

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