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Propagating Blackcurrent &amp; Raspberry

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Shaun starts with ...
I am curious to find out how Raspberry, Red/White/Black Current, Grapes and Blackberries are propagated.
Are they grafted, or just from cuttings?
Any tips will be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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WA
25th February 2008 2:11am
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aNON says...
from cuttings or from canes.
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25th February 2008 10:10am
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Shaun says...
Any tips available on how to cut & strike these canes, please?

Ta!!
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g.bhorla says...
sure if u find out let me know too
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peter says...
if you have plants growing already
you can put the growing tip against
the ground and it will dig in and
sprout roots.

if you want to put a plant in another location get a rectangular tupperware
container or simillar, fill it with
dirt then bury the last 4 inches of the growing tip in it.
when it has struck roots and gets
established cut it away from the plant
leaving some of the cane sticking out from the dirt and transplant.
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