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Posted 2w ago by @CoolNoblefir

Can I get some advice please. I have had this prop in water for a month and it has grown a new leaf at the bottom and no roots. Should I keep it in water keeping the new leaf below water or put in soil? #HappyPlants #PlantsMakePeopleHappy #PlantAddict #ManjulaPothos #PothosPack
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I'd keep it in water since that is what it is used to! Sometimes leaves will keep growing and sometimes they will stall. If it hasn't been in water very long you could transfer it to soil, but the shock could make everything take longer.
@PlantMompy thank you!
Just make sure you're changing the water every few days and it will eventually grow roots. I've had a few do this. (: You can also get some mycorrhizael fungus to help if you want. I love that shit. I use it for all my water props and they usually grow roots like crazy!
@WickedValkyrie how do you use the mycorrhizael fungus? I've never heard of it.
So it usually comes dehydrated. There's a couple different ways to use it. You can mix it into your soil, you can dip your cuttings into it, or (my preferred method) you can mix it in a gallon of water.
This is the one I use. It's got several different kinds of mych in it. It's kind of expensive but can last a really long time depending how you use it.
@WickedValkyrie thank you.
@WickedValkyrie thanks again!😊
Any time (: feel free to tag me if you have any more questions (:
@WickedValkyrie will do.😊

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