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    Hello,

    We have several large bushes of Aloe Arborescens. I pulled out some of the numerous shoots from the base. How do I root it? [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img]

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    Let the end dry for several days then insert it in soil. I don't even use rooting hormone and they almost always root. You should probably wait a bit before watering them to prevent rotting.

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    DOH... They are already in damp potting soil... Should I dig em up and let them dry for a while?

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    DOH... They are already in damp potting soil... Should I dig em up and let them dry for a while?

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    DOH... They are already in damp potting soil... Should I dig em up and let them dry for a while?

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    DOH... They are already in damp potting soil... Should I dig em up and let them dry for a while?

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    DOH... They are already in damp potting soil... Should I dig em up and let them dry for a while?

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    DOH... They are already in damp potting soil... Should I dig em up and let them dry for a while?

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