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    • Polly Orr

      Use cinnamon to root plants. Dip plant stems into the cinnamon and it will kill fungus and bacteria to help keep those new cuttings free of diseases while rooting

    • Stephanie Upton

      Use cinnamon as a substitute for rooting hormone. Plant stems dipped into it will kill fungus and bacteria to help keep those new cuttings free of disease while rooting. I will never buy Rootone again : )

    • Milly West

      Gardening Ideas: Cinnamon Makes a Great Rooting Hormone Substitute! Out of rooting hormone? Open your kitchen cabinet and grab some cinnamon. Plant stems dipped into it will kill fungus and bacteria to help keep those new cuttings free of disease while rooting.

    • Kim K Kre8it

      Use cinnamon as a substitute for rooting hormone. It also kills fungus and bacteria at the same time. I will never buy Rootone again : ) - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins How does my garden grow

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