you need
  • - aloe;
  • - charcoal;
  • - sand;
  • - turf ground;
  • - ground sheet;
  • - black paper.
Cut Aloe propagation is best in spring or early summer.Cuttings are obtained from the shoots length from eight to fifteen centimeters.You can use a long branch, before rooting cut them with a sharp knife into pieces no longer than ten or twelve centimeters.
dry slices, shanks endure three or four days on the paper.To avoid rotting slices, sprinkle them with charcoal or crushed tablet of activated charcoal.
prepared plant cuttings in water-wet sand, bury the stems into the substrate per centimeter.All the while the cuttings take root, sand should be kept in a slightly moist
.Apical cuttings rooted in water good.If you prefer it, a fairly common common way of rooting, throw in a container in which shoots are aloe, a tablet of activated charcoal.
After shoots have roots appear, they can sit in pots filled with a mixture of one part of sand, two parts of the turf and the same amount of leaf.The land for the aloe is recommended to add charcoal.
Aloe is known for its disinfecting action and is used to treat burns, inflammation, stomach and respiratory system.For therapeutic purposes, use the side shoots and the lower leaves of aloe, cut in the winter or spring to plant not less than three years.
Before you cut the leaves or shoots, the plant is recommended to allow for two weeks without watering.The leaves from the bottom of aloe cut off or break off as close to the stem and place for five days in a dark humid.
For juice from the plant should be cut the side shoots and wrapped them in a dark paper, stand for two weeks at a temperature of from three to eight degrees.You can put a truncated aloe vegetable drawer of the refrigerator.
before recycling rinse prepared shoots and leaves of cool boiled water.