Clone Your Favorite Plants & Trees By Air Layering…

Clone Your Favorite Plants & Trees By Air Layering...

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Air layering is a method of propagating new trees and shrubs from stems still attached to the parent plant. In basic terms the stem is wrapped with damp moss to encourage roots to form. It’s an ideal method of propagating genetically identical fruit trees as the new plants will produce fruit much faster than growing them from seedling.

Layering can be carried out in autumn or spring. Deciduous plants respond well in either season, but evergreens respond better to spring layering.

In this video Charles Malki, Biologist & Plant Expert teaches the simple cloning technique of air-layering to propagate nearly ANY plant or tree that you desire! Check it out below…

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