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*Effectuer le repiquage des pousses plutôt en fin de journée.
*Effectuer le repiquage des pousses quand elles ont au moins 5 feuilles. Il faut ensuite arroser.
*Les boutures : pour la menthe et les patates douces, par exemple, couper une ou plusieurs branches. Enlever les feuilles sur environ les 2/3 de la branche. Enfouir cette partie dégagée sous les billes d'argiles. Il faut ensuite arroser.
*Effectuer la récolte plutôt en matinée, peu de temps après le lever du soleil. Choisir les feuilles les plus anciennes, les plus abîmées ou les feuilles qui se développent en parallèle de pousses auxiliaires.  
Translation* Transplant the shoots at the end of the day. 
* Transplant the shoots when they have at least 5 leaves. Then you have to water.
* Cuttings: for mint and sweet potatoes, for example, cut one or more branches. Remove the leaves on about 2/3 of the branch. Bury this cleared area under the clay balls. Then you have to water.
* Harvest in the morning, shortly after sunrise. Choose the oldest, most damaged leaves or leaves that develop in parallel with auxiliary shoots.
  • Transplant the shoots at the end of the day.
  • Transplant the shoots when they have at least 5 leaves. Then you have to water.
  • Cuttings: for mint and sweet potatoes, for example, cut one or more branches. Remove the leaves on about 2/3 of the branch. Bury this cleared area under the clay balls. Then you have to water.
  • Harvest in the morning, shortly after sunrise. Choose the oldest, most damaged leaves or leaves that develop in parallel with auxiliary shoots.