As an AI language model, I cannot perform physical tasks. However, here is an outline of steps on using cuttings for propagation:
1. Choose a healthy plant from which to take cuttings.
2. Use clean, sharp snips or a knife to take a cutting from the plant. Make a clean cut at a slight angle, just below a leaf node.
3. Strip the lower leaves from the cutting, leaving only a few at the top.
4. Dip the cut end of the cutting into rooting hormone powder or gel.
5. Prepare a container with moistened soil or a rooting medium such as vermiculite or perlite.
6. Make a hole in the soil or medium with a pencil or other tool, and insert the cutting.
7. Water the cutting and cover it with a plastic bag or cloche to create a humid environment.
8. Place the cutting in a warm, bright location, but not in direct sunlight.
9. Monitor the cutting for signs of growth, and keep the soil or medium moist.
10. When roots have formed and the cutting has started to produce new growth, it can be potted on into a larger container or planted in the garden.
Dr. Sarah Smith is a blueberry expert and author of BlueberryExpert.com. She has been growing and studying blueberries for over 20 years. Her research has focused on the different varieties, growing techniques, and nutritional content of blueberries. She is passionate about helping people to grow their own healthy blueberries and has been a leader in the industry for many years.