Clone Your Fruit Trees The Easy Way With Air Layering…

Clone Your Fruit Trees The Easy Way With 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 this video you’ll be shown one of the easiest and most reliable air layer methods you will ever use to create a copy of a fruit tree.

It clones your tree effectively (produces a true to type, genetically identical tree), helps with the root development and the air layer can even be left unattended for long periods, without the roots dying. Using a container and kitchen film helps to keep the moisture in, so you don’t need to water any more, during root development.

In the video I show several air layers i didn’t had time to attend in a timely manner and were left unchecked during the summer. The roots were still alive and the new trees are all living and growing in new pots in my improvised greenhouse. If you’re looking for an easy method of cloning fruit trees, check it out below…

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