Curry Plants


Anonymous added on August 7, 2015 | Answered

A six months to one year growing "Curry leaf" plant from the time of germination is taken out from the earth with half broken main root. We planted the plant in a different place. How to improve the chances of keeping the life of the plant? Are there any chances of its survival in view of the main root (mother root) having been broken. We supplied sugar water to the plant immediately after transplantation.

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    Answered on August 7, 2015

    If the root broke, trim back the top of the plant some (no more than 1/3 of the plant). Keeping the humidity around the plant high will also help. Setting a bowl of water near it will help keep the humidity up.

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