-Rooting in straight water, changing water every day.
-Rootone and rock wool
-No roottone and rockwool
-Currently tried rootone in sphagnum peat.
Some were cut at node, some well below. Some were roughed or slightly nicked where the rootone was applied (or not applied).
I kept everything in high humidity with fresh air fanning.
So far I haven't been able to use new green cuttings yet though. From what I have read this shouldn't matter.
I just went to separate cuttings that have been acclimated to life outside the dome for at least a week. They've been in the sphagnum peat for a month. They felt like they had roots, but to my surprise, they did not. We've had high humidity here for a couple of weeks, so I guess that's what kept them green.
Anyone have any advice?
Edited by expanse, August 09 2014 - 12:01 PM.