Cottonwoods or Sycamores

Robert G Weinberger rweinber at orednet.org
Wed Dec 17 00:22:38 EST 1997


In a previous article, TREEFARMER at webtv.net () says:

>intlink.net!news-pen-15.sprintlink.net!newsfeed.nysernet.net!news.nyser
>Also, I'd like to find a source 
for Cottonwood seed. Thanks!
Though Cottonwood can be started from seed (with great difficulty), the
best way to start it is from cuttings.
Cut lengths of thumb thick branches into 8-12" lengths during the winter,
store in cold damp conditions, in the spring when soil temp reaches about
40degF. shove the cuttings into wet soil to leave about 1" and at
least(preferably only) one bud pointing up.

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