Propagation

Radix Laboratory Grade Rooting Hormone Stimulator for Seeds, Cuttings, Propagation, and Veg

Radix Laboratory Grade Rooting Hormone Stimulator for Seeds, Cuttings, Propagation, and Veg

Radix is a new rooting hormone stimulator that's now on the market in the US. And even though Radix is new to the market here in the US, it's actually been in use in Canada for a while. It's manufactured by a nutrient and fertilizer manufacturer up in Canada, and specifically one who works with some of the largest medicinal growing operations, including the ones that are hundreds of thousand square feet, hundreds of acres, and they all have custom blends for their nutrient mixes for hemp and medicinal plants. So, this is a rooting stimulator that's made for some of them, up there, but now is bottled and brought back down to the US. Radix rooting hormone is kind of a mixture of a lot of these really good rooting simulators out there, piecing together a lot of the components, and then, honestly, adding a little bit of humic and folic acids which really just help increase nutrient absorption without having a concentration of nutrients itself e.g., nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, etc.... It's primary design is to accelerate root growth in plants of all ages and sizes.

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Best Nutrients, Rooting Hormones, and Cloning Machines for Aeroponic Cloning of Plants

Best Nutrients, Rooting Hormones, and Cloning Machines for Aeroponic Cloning of Plants

For those who are new to plant cloning or are just starting on their cultivation journey, the concept of cloning can seem like an intimidating process to learn and can sometimes be scary and difficult. But it really isn’t, and it shouldn’t be. There’s two ways of propagating plants. There’s sexual reproduction or pollination, a process that involves crossing the male plant (or parts of) with a female in order to create seeds, which can then be planted to create genetic hybrids of the parent plant(s). The second method, cloning, also known as asexual reproduction, is where the rooted cutting from the parent plant is cultivated and allowed to grow, staying genetically identical to the plant it was taken from. This ability to help propagators create a new harvest with exact replicas of their best-performing plants has contributed to cloning gaining popularity among both commercial and home growers. That's understandable since this method can help you select and replicate desirable features of your best plants, including yield, grow time, flavor, and hardiness among others...to that end, we’ve rounded up the best of the best in devices and machines and other relevant tools in this list that you should definitely check out for your cultivation mission.

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