A simple and cheap (practically free if you have this stuff laying around like I did)way to propagate cuttings requiring a little more attention.
Step 1: Getting Started
To get this set up going you'll need
-glass or similar for lid
To get this project underway you need to round up all the above. It's very simple, I was lucky enough to have most of it laying around. You'll have to cut the cooling rack down to size with some wire cutters. Place this in the bottom of the fish tank. The reason that I have this in there is for plants that have already rooted. They don't like sitting in water once they hit the dirt. With the system that I am using water collects in the bottom of the fish tank after awhile.
As you can see from the picture I have two peices of glass for the lid. This is for humidity, I have them taped together and they act as a door. This makes it easier when watering or doing whaterver with the plants.
Wash out your fish