Nong Nooch Vine , easy Compound Marcotting or Air-Layering for Quick Propagation
Spawned by the article on serpentine air-layering, I’m writing this one on how to easily propagate your favorite Nong Nooch Vine using compound marcotting.
As long as the vine branch is thick enough to perform marcotting, then you do marcotting in between nodes. Nodes that have leaves or foliage are preferable.
Before, I was hesitant to air-layer several parts of the vine (in other words multiple marcots), for fear that the vine may not have the “energy” to allow the marcots to root. That, however, is not so much the case.
Problems with Compound Marcotting
If there’s one obstacle in the rooting of marcots that were made using compound marcotting, it is the drying up of the marcot medium. This is especially so during hot days. As in many gardening techniques, it is best to marcot garden plants during the rainy season.
Shown below is a branch of the Nong Nooch vine that has been marcotted at four points. The succeeding four photos show the marcots in more detail.
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