Homemade willow rooting hormone
around with taking advantage of willows' natural rooting hormones in the past, but have never
gotten very serious about it. However, an actual tested recipe in
Reference Manual of Woody Plant Propagation (combined with some gifted
fig cuttings) prompted me to give it another try.
To make rooting hormone
tea from first-year willow twigs, just strip off leaves (if any are
present), cut the wood into small pieces, and cover them up with
water. After 24 hours of steeping, pour off the liquid and use it
immediately, or store it in your fridge for up to six years.
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