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Frankallen

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Here is a photo of my "Godfather" cuttings after 20 days, sitting in a plastic box on my hot water heater!
The last time I tried GF cuttings I had no luck (I must have done something wrong) ! It also helped that a friend here gave me some extras also, Thanks Sas and Coop : )
Hope everyone has great luck this year with their cuttings and trees!



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Looks awesome, Frank!
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Nice! I have a small cutting that Santa gave me as an extra. Not doing as well as yours, but it does have spunk. Great job!
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I had real good luck rooting in coir like you, this year. I took Frank's (FMD) advice and it is a great method!
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great success with coir, congrats.
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Very nice thick pack of roots .
Congratulations.

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Nice.... Great work!
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Frank you must of made them an offer they couldn't refuse ......................
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Wow, that looks awesome, Frank! Did you use hormone? Incredible!
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Excellent root system on them.
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I'm growing a few of these myself.  They are excellent rooters.  Mine went to cups before they grew roots that big, but they now are overflowing the cup with roots.

Nice work, Frank!

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Jackpot!!
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WOO HOO. Thats what I'm talking about!!
I knew you had it in you my friend. 
Good luck Frank, you are on your way


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Thanks to everyone for the kind comments. : )
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Unreal roots. Using coir as well with my cuttings and hope they do half as well. Thanks for posting.
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Frank you did an excellent rooting job. I hope the trees grow as good for you as the roots did!
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Beautiful!
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