It certainly will work. A couple of years ago, a young person who
"helped" me one day in the garden, split one of my then-18"-tall tomato
plants in half. The planted portion, I left in the ground and watered it
extra much (yes, I know "extra much" is not really a word combo<g>), the
other went into a bucket of water. Not only did it root, but when
planted, it provided a good crop. While it has been my intention to do
such a thing later in the season and plant the starts for a winter crop in
a protected area, I've not yet done it. Your post may inspire me to
actually do it this year. :-)
If I could be certain it would always work, perhaps I'd cut my plant
purchases in half. LOL
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