Root!T 125ml Gel4Plugs Rooting Gel
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- Formulated to be ideal for modern propagation plugs as well as more traditional methods
- Helps natural development of cuttings
- Helps to prevent dehydration and infection
- Improves survival rates
- Simple to use
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ROOT!T Rooting Gel is the first rooting gel specifically formulated for use with pre-formed propagation plugs or more traditional growing media. ROOT!T Rooting Gel helps natural root development of cuttings. This fantastic product comes in a gel that stays firm in the plug, replacing the need for hormone rooting powder. ROOT!T Rooting Gel, unlike other rooting gels is placed directly into the central cavity of the plug. The gel forms a seal around the cut surface of the cutting, aiding uptake and helping prevent dehydration and infection. It will work equally effectively with rooting sponges, stone-wool plugs, peat plugs, coco coir plugs/fibre or compost. ROOT!T rooting gel has been successfully tested on a huge range of garden plants, including many herbs , perennial flowers and even woody plants . Using ROOT!T Rooting Gel, the time taken till first root formation is optimised, more roots per cutting developed and faster root growth achieved. It is economical in use and, providing that the plugs remain moist, success rates are extremely high.
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As the soil clump builds up on the spout, it makes the spout even wider, widening the top of the next cutting hole - requiring even more gel to fill it.
Another flaw appears to be the very short - but thick - spout: too short to reach deep enough into the hole. That forces you to fill the hole from the middle down instead from the bottom up. Sqeezing the gel from the middle to the bottom causes it to spread out, widening the hole more than necessary. That extra cavity, of course, gets then filled with the gel too, wasting even more.
Also, as the spout is short and conical rather than long and slim, its diameter is much wider than the diameter needed for cutting holes e.g. for petunias, bacopa, verbena, geranium and such. You guessed it by now - making the hole wider what then is filled with the gel, wasting lots of it....Read more ›