Dip the defoliated end of the mulberry cutting in 12 percent IBA rooting.
Apr 25, Mulberries are generally easy to start from cuttings, with two exceptions. 1. Don’t try to start mulberry cuttings from trees while they’re blooming or in fruit. I found this out from Michael at the Edible Plant Project. The strike rate is really poor because they’ll try to fruit, rather than root.
Jun 18, Mulberry trees must be pruned to prevent them from becoming bush. Unlike those growing in the ground, Mulberry trees planted in pots do not need as much trimming. Mulberry trees are trimmed in the winter when they are dormant or after the fruiting season. Sep 17, a.
the mulberry yields fruit within a couple of months of planting; although you should pinch tree feller 1.11.2 the first flush of fruit so that the new cutting can channel all its energy into producing roots.
b. it takes up little space and can be potted and maintained at about feet high and still bear lots of stumpmulching.barted Reading Time: 3 mins. Gather a 4- to 6-inch-long cutting from a lateral mulberry branch. Choose one with soft, pliant growth at the tip and semihardened wood at the base of the stem.
3 Sever the cutting at a degree. Nov 02, OK, If anyone wants mulberry tree cuttings, or even to attempt to transplant a fully grown mulberry tree there is a delicious tree on the corner of malvern road and hawksburn road in Belmont (WA - about 5km from Perth CBD).
The land is being cleared for some high-rise apartments and the tree has about a week left to live.