Do you know a faster way

@sharon6345 (106735)
United States
September 13, 2017 11:55pm CST
To get a root on a plant to place in a pot. This is one that I plan on giving away for Christmas as well. I was thinking if you knew something to help me I could make a few more to give away. They have some nice pots in the store by me. I could get some dirt and start planting. Thanks very much.
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@RasmaSandra (12651)
• Riga, Latvia
14 Sep
I am not an expert on this but maybe this can help you.
Taking cuttings from your favorite plants is one of the quickest -- and easiest -- ways to make more plants for free.
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@sharon6345 (106735)
• United States
14 Sep
Thank you very much.
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@marlina (60958)
• Canada
14 Sep
Plenty of YouTube tutorials on that.
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• United States
14 Sep
What about suspending this over a glass of water using string or toothpicks to make sure the stem is above the water rather than in it ?
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@ilocosboy (32199)
• Philippines
14 Sep
I think there is rooting solution available in agricultural supply store. And you heard about liquid solution called foliar fertilizer, I think this can help
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@sharon6345 (106735)
• United States
14 Sep
No I never knew of that but I will check amazon thanks so much.
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@singhisback (2258)
• Jalandhar, India
14 Sep
I think you should try good manures
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@jstory07 (57277)
• Roseburg, Oregon
14 Sep
I know nothing about planting this is the first year we got tomatoes to grew.
@sharon6345 (106735)
• United States
14 Sep
I wonder if they will grow next year.
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@jstory07 (57277)
• Roseburg, Oregon
14 Sep
@sharon6345 We are going to dig them up and dig up everything else that Patches was laying on.
@sharon6345 (106735)
• United States
14 Sep
@jstory07 oh that is good and you can start over right.
@prashu228 (22247)
• India
14 Sep
This kind of plant, i planted in soil
@sharon6345 (106735)
• United States
14 Sep
that is what I will do after it grows a root.
• Lakewood, Colorado
14 Sep
I remember this one lady I know used to cover them with saran wrap and put them in the sun like a mini greenhouse.
@sharon6345 (106735)
• United States
14 Sep
I will check for the wrap in my kitchen.
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@dodoazo (10238)
• Philippines
14 Sep
It depends on the kind of plants. So far there's no way to get the roots grow faster. But a farmer, an experienced one, knows some chemicals or solution to enhance the growth of the roots.
@sharon6345 (106735)
• United States
14 Sep
Thanks that might be on amazon as well.
@NoorNoor (527)
• India
14 Sep
no idea,Here we had land so mostly people use land instead of pot...Nice photo.
@sharon6345 (106735)
• United States
14 Sep
Thanks I wish I had land.
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@shshiju (9194)
• Cochin, India
14 Sep
The plant shows in your picture needs only water for its root. Place it in a bottle of water.