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How to grow black pepper from cuttings?

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  1. Identify the high yielding and healthy vines.
  2. Use wooden pegs fixed at the base to keep the runner shoots coiled to avoid contact with the soil. Separate them from the vines and trim the leaves.
  3. Take cuttings from 2-3 nodes and plant them in polythene bags containing a fertile mixture or on nursery beds. Adequate shade and frequent irrigation will ready the cuttings within 2-3 months.
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Are you serious?

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Surely gonna try. All this time I sourced it for a fortune

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