I have been rooting my Monstera for about a month now, it has been sitting in clear water container, filtered water changed daily in bright spot.
Initially it has been going great with node growth and the aerial roots also sprouting some roots:
Then Monstera started rotting (black soft tissue on stem ends, yellow/black halo on leaf edges), so I cut off the rot, let it dry out for a day (as per some advice on this forum) and sealed it with wax. The small roots off the aerial root dried off as a result too (as expected unfortunately). I then moved it to perlite with water at the bottom, I added some hydrogen peroxide as well to oxidise it. I also placed the node slightly above perlite, so it is in contact with it but not fully submerged.
It seems however, that the nod itself started rotting too (it became very thin and the black film on top has been coming off it.
I am considering if it's dead already or if I should treat it further with fungicide and give it a go simply planting it with perlite/orchid bark/sphagnum moss/coco coir mix?
thank you for your help!