Moringa Tree from CUTTINGS - Turning a Branch into a Tree

Moringa Tree from CUTTINGS – Turning a Branch into a Tree

Moringa Tree from CUTTINGS – Turning a Branch into a Tree

Moringa Tree from CUTTINGS – Turning a Branch into a Tree

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32 thoughts on “Moringa Tree from CUTTINGS – Turning a Branch into a Tree”

  1. Why don't u try moringa soup with chicken or ground pork or beef combined with bell pepper leaves and don't forget also lemon grass if u have Filipino friends they know that…what a great soup full of energy and vitamins….

  2. I've been trying to source moringa trees in uk, but can only find seeds and one tree with a heavy shipping cost from usa, do you or your followers in uk have any advice.

  3. I am surprised that you don't eat the tender seed pods of the moringa. They are delicious – a real delicacy in India. Also their flowers are cooked and eaten . The moringa seed pods are called drumsticks and they are lightly peeled and cut into three inch pieces and cooked in lentil curries or daals. When cooked, they flavour the whole daal and you can split them open and suck out the delicious flesh and seed pods while discarding the hard skin. Much like sucking the tender ccentres of artichokes leaves. Only much tastier.

  4. I bought a small tree about 18in tall very skinny thinner than a pencil should I just keep it in pot until it gets thicker I’m in San Antonio Texas zone 9 will it survive our winters?

  5. I live in TX. I watch your video while you are planting your Muringa tree. What I did is, I used the Muringa seeds and I grow it in a big pot, its growing good, but during winter time, they died. This is my favorite veggies, mix it with chicken and enjoy my soup.

  6. I am a non-vegan, and I know where you get your protein from. Moringa leaves are 25% protein, and in an excellent form for us. Better than meat. One does not need meat for protein. Man lived without eating meat for the first 1,657 years of the world.

  7. Hi Jake, I'm asking you,as you know our climate. I'm in Tucson which is zone 9a slightly cooler than Phoenix. It's November 3rd and l was wondering if its too late to root large cuttings now. If anyone else might know I'd be grateful for your input, thanks.??

  8. I had my Morringa in pot and decided to plant in garden but while taking out from pot it two branches broke so I planted both in my planter and it started growing and now I am getting fruits on it too. I love it

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