I have had rotten luck with cuttings this year. Last year was the first year I tried to root fig cuttings and although I lost quite a few, mostly after I up potted, I lost none to mold, and ended up with well over half of my cuttings growing into little trees. This year I used compost with perlite instead of the seed starting mix with perlite that I used last year and have lost most of my cuttings. They start out looking great and starting to root but then die at different points along the way. Some die before they root well, some die after they have rooted but before they are up potted, some die after they have been up potted. I am down to my last Sal Corleone and my last Ronde de Bord. and this morning the RdB is starting to look wilted. It was up potted almost a month ago. The pot is pretty dry but not Bone dry - now I am afraid to do anything - afraid to water and afraid not to water. All of these cuttings have been in the house and otherwise cared for the same as last year except for soil and I used Myco Grow from FungiPerfecti. Also, other cuttings that I have rooted this year, rose, lilac, crab, wisteria, have loved the compost mix and rooted better than ever...Any suggestions?