Mark123 wrote: ↑Wed Apr 21, 2021 5:09 pm
Alright I appreciate your help! Idk if its true but I heard when propagating stalks, the soil should be way more damp than normal? Like always damp and never dried out?
Yes, it needs to be continuously damp. Since the stalks don't have roots to absorb moisture, they are dependent on the moisture that they already have. If the surface is allowed to dry out, it will draw moisture out of the material you are trying to root. Cuttings/pullings/etc. also do better with increased humidity for the same reason, although you run the risk of mold/fungus.
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Toes in the water, ankles wet, and knees damp.