Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Journal January 28, 2014 - Seeing some progress
Doing the math, at this rate, the process would produce three or four thousand trees in about a year.
Today I took a branch tip from the Pendolino olive tree, sterilized it and cut it into three sections of equal lengths, each with two nodes. The sections have been placed into three different protocols each containing different constituents. As all three vessels contain sections of the same branch this should be a very interesting experiment.
The more I work with this process, the more I find I like and enjoy it. It really takes up very little space, needs very little light, and, needs practically no maintenance. Each plant is in its own little self contained environment; needing only to be moved to a new vessel every four to six weeks.