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How to properly take cuttings from plants

The best time to collect young cuttings is in the early morning, when strains haven’t lost their moisture in contact with midday sun.

If the weather was dry, it’s better to water your plants the night before. To take cuttings, use sharp secateurs not to hurt the plant. Take some clean and transparent plastic bags, clear and transparent and place immediately every type of cutting in a separate bag. They should be planted immediately. If you must delay the seeding, close the cuttings bag and store it in the refrigerator in the vegetable compartment.

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