Harvesting Aloe Gel Straight from the Plant: Step-by-Step Instructions

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Harvesting Aloe Gel Straight from the Plant: Step-by-Step Instructions

Harvesting Aloe Gel Straight from the Plant - For harvesting the aloe gel, you'll want to start with a large leaf, preferably thick and at least a foot in length (if harvesting from non-potted aloe; potted plants will obviously be smaller). The thicker the stalk, the more gel it will yield.

If you would like two or more aloe plants, just get one and as it grows you can separate the plant, including a portion of the root, and replanted it. It will form an entirely new plant! I am so doing this, today!

For harvesting the aloe gel, you’ll want to start with a large leaf, preferably thick and at least a foot in length (if harvesting from non-potted aloe; potted plants will obviously be smaller). The thicker the stalk, the more gel it will yield. Ideally you want one that is a deep green, although the plant may be a little lighter if it’s dirty and/or waxy on the outside.

Harvesting Aloe Gel Straight from the Plant: Step-by-Step Instructions

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