Planting A Moringa Cutting
Moringa cuttings without roots can be grown into a whole new tree.
Use cuttings from a main stem, not branches. Only use cuttings with bark, at least 1" in diameter.
Roots will form from the bark below the soil.
Plant them in pots or in the ground any of the 3 ways.
They need to stay moist and in the shade until roots have formed.
Roots usually form best in the summer months, with in a few weeks from planting.
For better results, strip the side branches and keep the top sprout on the top, submerge bottom in soil at least 6".