Пн. Фев 26th, 2024

To propagate a Manjula Pothos, you can follow these steps:

  1. Choose a healthy, mature vine with at least 2-3 leaves and a few nodes.
  2. Cut the vine just below a node, using a clean, sharp pair of scissors or pruning shears.
  3. Remove the bottom leaves from the cutting, leaving only 2-3 leaves at the top.
  4. Dip the cut end of the cutting into rooting hormone powder to encourage root growth.
  5. Plant the cutting in a small pot filled with a well-draining soil mix.
  6. Water the cutting and cover it with a plastic bag or a clear plastic container to create a humid environment.
  7. Place the pot in a bright, indirect light location, avoiding direct sunlight.
  8. Check the soil moisture regularly and water as needed to keep it lightly moist.
  9. After 2-3 weeks, check for root growth by gently tugging on the cutting. If you feel resistance, it means roots have developed.
  10. Once the cutting has developed roots, you can remove the plastic covering and care for the new plant as you would a mature Manjula Pothos.

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