For faster rooting place a plastic bag over cuttings to encourage a moist environment. Keep plastic off of the plants and keep out of direct sunlight. Remove plastic when cuttings take root.
Easily propagate plants with Rooting Powder.
Promotes Rapid Root Development – Rooting Powder promotes quick root development from cuttings. Simply dip the end of a clipping into the powder and then place it in moist soil, this helps the rooting process of cuttings.
Stimulates Root Production On Many Types Of Plants – This plant growth hormone stimulates root production in hardwood and softwood cuttings. It works well for ornamentals, vegetables, fruit trees, and berries. Works for houseplants and garden annuals, perennials and shrubs. Rooting Powder is designed for use on azaleas, mums, geraniums, pachysandra, poinsettias, and a wide range of other plants. Also use on bulbs and seeds for rapid root development.
Ideal For Transplants – When it is time to transplant your houseplants and gardens plants use Rooting Powder to for faster development of new, healthy roots.
Directions for Use – Dip root cuttings in powder and place in moist soil. For use on seeds or bulbs put them in a bag with some powder then shake the bag gently to coat the seeds or bulbs. For houseplants and garden transplants apply to roots before replanting. Read and follow manufacturers instructions on package before using.
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