During 35 years of research, which included studies with all known propagating techniques, and having evaluated the results with consideration to the health of plants, reproduction of exact DNA, time and costs involved, propagation in Perlite under heated humidified tunnels was chosen as the best one to use. This method allows to propagate 1,200 plants per square yard.
Well cared for and healthy mother plants are needed. The cuttings come out from the healthiest and thoroughly inspected fruit bearing branches. This, together with a sterile environment, guaranties healthy and fast producing plants in the field!
After rooting is achieved, the cuttings are placed to harden in a less humid habitat and in cells with a mixture of peat moss and perlite for hardening.