Monday, August 6, 2007

Stevia Cuttings Failure

Unfortunately, my Stevia Rebaudiana cuttings are dead for sure. I have already mentioned in one of my previous posts Stevia Cuttings Accident that wind caused my cuttings to fall. I suspect that this fall was crucial for the death of my Stevia cuttings. However, I'll try to propagate my Stevia plants for the second time and I hope this time with more luck!

Stay sweet!


Sarah Vaughter said...

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Regards & thanks,
Sarah from the Stevia Zone

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They teach management of stevia seeds, leaves, plants. They also have nutrition manual in there.

Dr Clark said...

OH! You are cutting your stevia plants next time just forget about the results and ideas and you will get good results!

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