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Old October 3, 2012   #1
harveyc
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Default How long can you keep a plant going through rooted cuttings?

I've got a hybrid tomato that is producing different fruit than the other plans I've got of the same plant. It might be a branch mutation. I'm going to take some cuttings and over-winter them in my greenhouse to grow it next year.

A friend once told me that a plant would eventually mutate and no longer come true through rooted cuttings. Is that true?

Also, will an indeterminate tomato continue to produce indefinitely if propagated through rooted cuttings?

Thanks!
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