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    Ok, I know some other plants are possible to clone by taking a cutting and dipping it in rooting solution and putting it in soil. Is this possible with VFTs? Does anybody have any experience in it? Someone told me you can cut a leaf and replant it in soil, and it will slowly root after awhile. Is there any recommended cloning/rooting solution?

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    The "dip-in-rooting-solution" is questionably helpful. For years, that was the recommendation - then some people tried rooting different CP w/o the solution - and it worked. Some people swear by it, others say it's worthless.

    Check out Barry Rices's FAQ for info on propagating VFTs:
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    There's probably also some good advice on this site either in the stickies or through the search function. Enjoy....
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    Ah, thanks for the great reply! So, cloning is the best method for propagating VFTs, and it is possible. However, my plant is kinda sickly (still recovering from shipping I suppose), so I'm gonna wait a month or so. Thanks!

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