Lay the plantlets out in small furrows in such a way that the top of the plantlet is about 3 -5 cm deep in the soil, while the end tip is 6 - 10 cm deep in the soil. They are planted somehow horizontally, but not completely. Cover tem with soil. They should be watered in with diluted liquid fertilizer made from comfrey to encourage fast growth. After about 2 weeks, when the shoots have started growing, the plantlets are 'lifted' 1 cm with a sharp jerk at the crown. This will stop secondary roots from growing and the main root can develop to a satisfying size.
Ensure good drainage but keep the soil slightly moist at all times. After 12 weeks an application of homemade liquid fertilizer is advisable.