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    Can Nepenthes be propagated by root cuttings Because I read that they can be.
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    Never tried, probably never will until someone else does it successfully.
    Update: Parents convinced to allow me to keep greenhouse heated over winter. Most species will not be lost. Too lazy to update growlist.

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    Not that I am aware of, only stem cuttings and divisions of TCed plants work, and of course seed.

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    http://www.***************/3-nepenthes-judithfinn.html
    This is the link to where they propagate their plants TC and root cuttings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (dewy @ Mar. 23 2005,3:47)]http://www.***************/3-nepenthes-judithfinn.html
    This is the link to where they propagate their plants TC and root cuttings.
    Highly unlikely, Nepenthes roots look like black fine hairs.

    The Link did not list stem cutting, the most popular way for most of us, as one of their method of propogation.

    I think they have mis-worded stem as Root.

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    nepenthes don't have rhizomes(sp)
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    Maye they meant roots as tissue culture material? Now, would that work?

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    No. So far, mericloning Nepenthes has been an exercise in frustration, even though I've heard rumor of some recent breakthroughs. All tc'ed Neps are derived from seed.

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