Hormex Root Powder #16
Item No. 65090700
Note: Item has been discontinued and there is limited availability
Hormex Rooting Powder #16 *This strength product is developed for professionals and experienced amateur propagators. Be certain you need this high of a strength before you purchase. CLONE DIFFICULT TO ROOT WOODY PLANTS such as Hollywood Juniper, Pyramidal Arborvitae, Hemp (canna) and more. FASTEST
Hormex Rooting Powder #16*This strength product is developed for professionals and experienced amateur propagators. Be certain you need this high of a strength before you purchase.
CLONE DIFFICULT TO ROOT WOODY PLANTS
such as Hollywood Juniper, Pyramidal Arborvitae, Hemp (canna) and more.
- FASTEST ROOTING - The fastest way to root new plants from cuttings. Find your plant variety and rooting powder strength now.
- ALL GROW MEDIUMS - Excellent for all grow mediums. Rockwool, coco, peat moss, soil, clay pellets and more.
- NO BAD STUFF - Free of alcohol, dye and preservatives. Especially important when plants are for consumption.
- MOST EFFECTIVE - Stronger, healthier roots for faster transplanting of all plant varieties.
- HEALTHIEST CUTTINGS - Helps prevent root rot and sagging cuttings for stronger roots and transplant success.
Don't buy new plants... clone the ones you have!
How to UseDIRECTIONS:
As quickly as possible, make cuttings using a clean cutting tool, moisten cut end, dip in Hormex Rooting Powder, and plant in your preferred grow medium.
- Moisten base of cutting with clean water or quickly dip in Hormex Vitamin B1 & Hormone Concentrate. Shake off excess moisture.
- Dip base of cuttings into Hormex Rooting Powder.
- Tap cutting to remove excess powder.
- Plant treated cuttings in rooting media, being careful not to rub off rooting powder when planting.
Once the cuttings have developed roots, which can take anywhere from 5 - 12 days depending on the plant variety, replant them in another container with moist potting soil or other grow medium.
PRO TIP 2: To identify whether roots have formed or not, pull lightly on the plants. If they pop right out, they are not ready. If you feel some resistance, go ahead and repot.
PRO TIP 3: Never place unused rooting powder back in container to prevent possible contamination. While not common, it is best to avoid this variable.
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