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  • the cuttings is then placed into a cup of water for a few min s just to make sure all the tissue is wet The tissue is then squeezed out a little so that the tissue forms a damp pocket around the end of the cuttings 6 Stage 5 The cuttings are then placed into the Ziplock bag they are then give a light misting with fresh water just to stop the leaves from drying up The bag is then zipped up the air is squeezed out and replaced by blowing into it and raise the Carbon Dioxide level 7 Stage 6 Then Expel an amount of the air in the bag so that it fits into the box that you are sending it in If you are sending a few bags of cuttings have a box big enough so the bags are a snug fit 8 Final few words I have kept cuttings in Ziplock bags following the same method for up to 3 weeks and some have even started to root as long as there is not an excess of water in the bag they should not rot in the few days they are in the post I

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    Passiflora Cuttings How to send them in the post

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