- Sun Oct 04, 2020 12:10 am
Don't know. Cuttings and young plants typically do better on the warmer side of their "ideal" range. As long as it doesn't continue to drop you should be ok. I strike cuttings in a range closer to 25 degrees and the drops are around 22. The heat from the light generally brings it up that high and I live in a much hotter area. Consider leaving the mat on around the clock, they should strike in a couple of weeks. I do it differently though. I cut parts and stick them in test tubes of distilled water like some freaky lab experiment. I keep my test tube rack under lights and it does fine.
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