Don't Let Soil Get Soggy With Cuttings
August 8, 2018
If you use organic potting soil for your cuttings, be sure not to let it stay soggy during the rooting process. Soil that is too wet can cause pathogens to flourish, along with rot on cuttings.
To avoid soil pathogen problems, use media such as coir, rockwool, Oasis cubes, or anything made with perlite and peat. These help balance the moisture- to-air ratio available to the cutting and reduce pathogens.