Martin O\’Sullivan asked 12 years ago

I have recently taken soft wood cuttings. The procedure I took to plant them was as follows: I dipped them in hormone rooting powder then put them in a pot of compost.I then added water to firm.I then covered the pot with clear polythene bag and sealed with a elastic band.My question is: Should I water the cuttings every day or leave the pot alone sealed in the polythene bag?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
The idea of the polythene is to retain moisture and watering is not needed usually until the cuttings root.

Water before insertion and a light sprinkle afterwards.