Saturday, September 28, 2013
Journal September 28, 2013
Last weekend I placed an online order for a Koroneiki olive from Georgia Olive Farm; yesterday I received two trees. One tree had a small portion of the top bent and broken, so I assume that they gave it to me, as I was not charged for it. I did not mind the broken top as I still had to remove about six inches.
The trimmings from the new trees are being cloned and all is looking well at this point. The mixture of 80% perlite and 20% peat, and, importantly, letting the cuttings almost dry between light mistings seems to be th secret in cloning olives.
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