Hello everyone, I have a forty year old A. clarinervium, the oldest of all my plants. It's had its ups and downs over the years but it has done well this last ten and has been a great specimen. The stem is getting very long and unwieldy and I would like to propagate it to shorten the stem and also perhaps get new starts. It would seem to me that air-layering would be the best way, but can the top be just cut off and repotted or even put in water to force roots? Any tip on the air-layering? It makes me nervous to think about whacking this long-term friend, but its time to shorten it before it breaks itself...no amount of stabilizing seems to work any longer. Thanks.