How to Easily Clone Tomatoes and Root Tomato Suckers – The Rusted Garden 2013

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You can pinch off a tomato sucker (which has a growing tip) and root it in plain water. In 7-10 days it will have roots long enough to transplant into cup. I…

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  1. How to Easily Clone and Root Tomato Suckers

    A tomato ‘sucker’ is essentially a growing tip that will form a full size
    tomato plant. There are many ways to clone a tomato by rooting a tomato
    sucker. I show you an extremely easy method to root the sucker in water.

    You can watch the roots establish and grow and when they are long enough
    (about an inch), you can put them into an 8 ounce cup of growing medium.
    Just keep the medium moist for about a week and you will have a clone of
    your original tomato plant that is ready for planting in your vegetable
    garden.

  2. How to Easily Clone and Root Tomato Suckers

    A tomato ‘sucker’ is essentially a growing tip that will form a full size
    tomato plant. There are many ways to clone a tomato by rooting a tomato
    sucker. I show you an extremely easy method to root the sucker in water.

    You can watch the roots establish and grow and when they are long enough
    (about an inch), you can put them into an 8 ounce cup of growing medium.
    Just keep the medium moist for about a week and you will have a clone of
    your original tomato plant that is ready for planting in your vegetable
    garden.

  3. How to Easily Clone and Root Tomato Suckers

    A tomato ‘sucker’ is essentially a growing tip that will form a full size
    tomato plant. There are many ways to clone a tomato by rooting a tomato
    sucker. I show you an extremely easy method to root the sucker in water.

    You can watch the roots establish and grow and when they are long enough
    (about an inch), you can put them into an 8 ounce cup of growing medium.
    Just keep the medium moist for about a week and you will have a clone of
    your original tomato plant that is ready for planting in your vegetable
    garden.

  4. How to Easily Clone and Root Tomato Suckers

    A tomato ‘sucker’ is essentially a growing tip that will form a full size
    tomato plant. There are many ways to clone a tomato by rooting a tomato
    sucker. I show you an extremely easy method to root the sucker in water.

    You can watch the roots establish and grow and when they are long enough
    (about an inch), you can put them into an 8 ounce cup of growing medium.
    Just keep the medium moist for about a week and you will have a clone of
    your original tomato plant that is ready for planting in your vegetable
    garden.

  5. How to Easily Clone and Root Tomato Suckers

    A tomato ‘sucker’ is essentially a growing tip that will form a full size
    tomato plant. There are many ways to clone a tomato by rooting a tomato
    sucker. I show you an extremely easy method to root the sucker in water.

    You can watch the roots establish and grow and when they are long enough
    (about an inch), you can put them into an 8 ounce cup of growing medium.
    Just keep the medium moist for about a week and you will have a clone of
    your original tomato plant that is ready for planting in your vegetable
    garden.

  6. Someone on Ray’s (Praxxus55712) facebook asked about cloning the tomato
    suckers. I remembered watching this vid a while back and loved it, so I
    passed it on to that person and others.

    I must add, my first attempt I put my suckers on the top of my fridge,
    they rotted instead of rooting. I came back and watched your video again,
    so I tried again. This time with not much fuss, I chuck them in a bucket of
    water and put them under my tree. Guess what I had all 8 of them rooted,..
    I did the happy dance. Haha! Thanks.

  7. OMG, how did you get yours rooted that fast. I took the ears off my main
    plants, put in water and it was sitting on the top of my fridge for 10
    days. It rotted and died. I am going to try this again. Thanks for the
    video.

  8. A great how-to video on how to clone tomatoes. Your #tomato #garden will
    be rich in no time- for cheap!

  9. How to Easily Clone and Root Tomato Suckers

    A tomato ‘sucker’ is essentially a growing tip that will form a full size
    tomato plant. There are many ways to clone a tomato by rooting a tomato
    sucker. I show you an extremely easy method to root the sucker in water.

    You can watch the roots establish and grow and when they are long enough
    (about an inch), you can put them into an 8 ounce cup of growing medium.
    Just keep the medium moist for about a week and you will have a clone of
    your original tomato plant that is ready for planting in your vegetable
    garden.

  10. How to Easily Clone and Root Tomato Suckers

    A tomato ‘sucker’ is essentially a growing tip that will form a full size
    tomato plant. There are many ways to clone a tomato by rooting a tomato
    sucker. I show you an extremely easy method to root the sucker in water.

    You can watch the roots establish and grow and when they are long enough
    (about an inch), you can put them into an 8 ounce cup of growing medium.
    Just keep the medium moist for about a week and you will have a clone of
    your original tomato plant that is ready for planting in your vegetable
    garden.

  11. How to Easily Clone and Root Tomato Suckers

    A tomato ‘sucker’ is essentially a growing tip that will form a full size
    tomato plant. There are many ways to clone a tomato by rooting a tomato
    sucker. I show you an extremely easy method to root the sucker in water.

    You can watch the roots establish and grow and when they are long enough
    (about an inch), you can put them into an 8 ounce cup of growing medium.
    Just keep the medium moist for about a week and you will have a clone of
    your original tomato plant that is ready for planting in your vegetable
    garden.

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