HORMEX ROOTING POWDER
CLONE PLANTS FROM CUTTINGS | ACCELERATED ROOTING
Hormex Rooting Powders
Hormex Rooting Hormone Powder is used to root new plants from cuttings easily. Fine tune your cloning by picking the perfect strength for your plant variety. Over the last 60 years supporting and working with growers we know only one strength doesn't cut it. No pun intended haha! We have researched and tested as many plant varieties as possible to ensure we match up the perfect amount of rooting hormone per plant. One aspect of cloning that is often overlooked is the speed at which the cuttings root. Speed is a huge factor in successful cloning because the faster a cutting roots, the faster it can be moved to the vegetative stage of growth and avoid potential issues. Our rooting powders work great with rockwool, coco, peat moss, soil and all other grow mediums. We use only premium ingredients for the healthiest plants possible. Hormex products are used by some of the most successful growers and have been featured in many national publications over the years. Let's make sure you have the right strength for your plants.
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Fastest Rooting - The fastest way to root new plants from cuttings.
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.
HOW TO USE HORMEX ROOTING POWDER
As quickly as possible, make cuttings, dip in Hormex Rooting Powder, and plant in your preferred grow medium.
1. Moisten base of cutting with clean water or quickly dip in Hormex Vitamin B1 and Hormone Concentrate. Shake off excess moisture.
2. Dip base of cuttings into Hormex Rooting Powder.
3. Tap cutting to remove excess powder.
4. Plant treated cuttings in rooting media, being careful not to rub off rooting powder when planting.
PRO TIP 1: Remember to keep your grow medium slightly moist but not soaked and keep your new plants warm and in bright light, but out of direct sunlight. Many cuttings will also benefit from added humidity. This can be done by using a rooting cube tray with dome or even a clean clear plastic bag or container with a few small holes. Avoid letting the plastic touch the cutting.
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.