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Air Layering A Fig Tree Root. A 15 step tutorial on how to air layer fig tree roots.
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air layering Remove the newly rooted plant from the parent plant with a sharp knife or pruning shears, making the cut just below the ball of moss and roots.
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illustration showing air layering techniques
Propagation of Fruit Bearing Trees by Air-Layering...method of propagating a fruit tree from an existing one, which will bear fruits sooner, and the fruits will taste same as the mother-plant.
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Bonsai Orange Tree
This is the coolest thing. It is a propagator that allows a person to start a plant from another living plant without taking a cutting. It grows roots on the cutting when it's still on the mother plant.
Growing Fruit Trees
Air layering plants is a method of propagation that doesn’t require a horticultural degree or fancy rooting hormones or tools. Read here to get more information and some easy plants on which to try the process.