Propagation: I don’t know how to propagate mulberry cuttings?

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  1. Jack Michael

    Jack Michael New Member

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    I got an amount of white Pakistan mulberry cuttings, and I want to develop roots so I have my own plant, it’s been in a waters bottle for about a week, and it started to produce white spots but some are not completely white and I don’t know what to do next?
     

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  2. Junglekeeper

    Junglekeeper Contributor 10 Years

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    There's some information on propagating Morus alba cuttings in the following document under the heading Cultivation: Morus alba.
     
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    Ok thank you very much
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    When i got my cutting from my plant it was partly green,but now i think its starting to die or its because of the seasons? Please help me with this issue.
     

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    Looks like seasonal aging of the leaves. I'd expect them to yellow a bit more, then drop for a dormancy period corresponding to your winter. Good news is that mulberries leaf out early in my experience. Here in Florida, a bit north of the Equator, we are seeing bud burst already.
     

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