Hormex Rooting Powder


With Hormex Rooting Powder, root and grow plants from cuttings, including fruits and vegetables, faster and healthier than ever before. We offer five strengths to ensure the perfect level of accelerated root growth.

Due to the nature of our rooting powders, they provide anti-fungal properties which help to prevent root rot. Hormex’s famous Snip N Dip rooting powders are used by some of the world’s top growers and have been proven to produce roots faster and more uniformly than any other available rooting product. Therefore, you get truly unrivaled cloning success! (Beware of gel-based products. They provide the perfect environment for root rot because plants get too much moisture and not enough oxygen.)

Please visit our Hormex Plant Guide to find which rooting powder is best for you. If your plant variety is not listed, start with our Snip N’ Dip Rooting Powder #3. If you know your plant is hard to root, then try our Snip N’ Dip #8 which grows the best tomatoes you’ve ever tasted!

This product is available in residential and agricultural use sizes. Therefore, be sure and ask your local nursery, hydroponics shop or distributor about Hormex products, or click here to buy online.

Product Highlights

  • 5 strengths for all plant varieties.
  • Excellent for hydroponics and aeroponics and in all growing mediums.
  • Helps to prevent root rot in cuttings without the use of fungicides or herbicides.
  • Allows for proper oxygen levels.
  • Alcohol, preservative and dye free.
  • Grow abundant fruits and vegetables.
  • Hormex Rooting Powders are offered in various strengths. This therefore ensures consistent, successful and vigorous rooting of “easy to difficult” plant varieties.
  • Only Hormex is Hormogenized™ – our exclusive process that assures consistent, rapid plant growth.

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As quickly as possible make cuttings, dip in Hormex Rooting Powder, and plant.
1. Moisten cuttings before treatment and then shake off excess moisture.
2. Dip the 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.