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Q.How To Root A Pomegranate Shoots

Zone Nakuru, KENYA | Anonymous added on June 7, 2021 | Answered

Hi. We have a mature pomegranate tree that produces juicy & sweet fruits. I noticed the other day that there are so many sprouts on the base of the stem. I would like to Root them and transplant them. I am trying to attach the photo but it is not responding. Once you reply to my letter via my email l will attach it. Hoping you reply soonest

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Answered on June 15, 2021

First make sure your tree isn't grafted. You would be able to see the graft union toward the base of the tree. It's a swollen area on the trunk. If you have that, you want to remove the suckers and toss them. They will not be the same as the upper part of the tree.
If there is no graft, you can root the suckers. Here is how:



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