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The seedling dirt should be ok, is it sandy?


No direct sunlight at all!  Low light is key to successful rooting.  A shady spot outside or inside in a light room perhaps...


It needs to be kept moist and in humid environment.  If you don't have a humidity dome you could put the pot in a plastic bag and seal with a rubber band or something to retain the humidity.  Alternatively, a method I use is to spray cuttings with Yates DroughtShield (in lieu of humidity dome).


And it definitely cannot thrive straight away.  You need to wait until roots develop and then harden off gradually before it can thrive. 


Good luck.

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