Moringa cuttings for sale Trial Price: 10 sgd
Each pot with the 2-3 month old cutting planted on healthy soil costs 10sgd each. You have to pick it up from our house at 10 Jalan Uji Fuyong Estate at the back of Rail Mall along Upper Bukit Timah Road. Email me first at email@example.com or write a message here before dropping by.
If you live in a HDB or condo, you can transplant your cuttings to a big pot or a pail just like below..prunning and keeping it at this height.
Compared to trees planted from seed, trees from stem cuttings grow faster. That means a 90 cm cutting, on 1st May, and then you can harvest the leaves on 5th June (about 35 days). The leaves will grow back again in 35 days. If you want to harvest moringga daily from a small tree, then plant 35 small trees… Harvesting only from one small tree per day.
If you live in a landed property, you can grow 3 bigger trees, so you can harvest moringga daily.
excerpt from treesforlife.org:
The ground where the trees are to be planted should be light and sandy, not heavy with clay or water-logged.
Dig a hole 1 ft (30 cm) square and 1 ft deep. Backfill with loose soil. Adding compost or manure will help the trees grow better.
1.Water the planting holes one day before transplanting the seedlings.
2.Plant seedlings in the late afternoon to avoid the hot sun the first day.
3.Make a hole in the pit to accept all soil in the bag. Carefully cut open the sack and place the seedling in the planting hole. Be careful to keep the soil around the seedling’s roots intact.
4.Pack soil around the seedling base.
5.Water only lightly for the first few days.
If the seedlings fall over, tie them to a stick for support. Protect young saplings from termites and nematodes.
Once your tree is past its 1st birthday, you can start your own cuttings.
We will also be selling Moringga powder soon at $35sgd per kilo. Watch out for this space! You can start pre-ordering now at a trial price of $20 sgd per kilo.