DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Use when transplanting rooted cuttings into their growing containers or media. Works with all plants grown in soil and soilless mixes, hydroponics and coco blends. Normal Usage: Add 1 tsp per 5 gallons of water (1/4ml per liter).
- 1 How often use rapid grow?
- 2 What does rapid start do for plants?
- 3 Is Rapid Start good for cloning?
- 4 Is Rapid Start Organic?
- 5 How long do you soak rapid rooters?
- 6 What does armor si do?
- 7 What is a rapid start ballast?
- 8 What are rapid rooters made of?
- 9 When should I use Clonex clone solution?
- 10 What can I use instead of rapid start?
- 11 What is clone gel?
How often use rapid grow?
For best results, feed every 7-14 days when plants are actively growing.
What does rapid start do for plants?
Rapid Start is a plant nutrient used to promote root growth while enhancing plant vigor and yield. Rapid Start helps plants develop strong root networks. It can be used throughout the vegetative growth stage and in early flower stage to continue to promote root development.
Is Rapid Start good for cloning?
To initiate and hasten root development, use cloning gels that contain micro nutrients with the IBA hormone. To maximize your success rate, water your cuttings with a light liquid fertilizer like Rapid Start, which is designed specifically for seedlings and clones.
Is Rapid Start Organic?
Rapid Start- while containing many plant extracts- is non-organic and designed for hydroponic use.
How long do you soak rapid rooters?
Answer: As long as the rapid rooter is still moist just plant the seed directly into it. If it has dried out give it a quick soak. 5 minutes should be more than enough.
What does armor si do?
Armor Si improves plant structure and foliar development, increases yield and improves flower and fruit production. In addition, your plants will experience improved heat and cold tolerance, stress resistance and light absorption, which leads to greater plant stature.
What is a rapid start ballast?
Rapid start ballast applies a low filament voltage to preheat the cathodes. When the cathodes are hot enough, the lamp will strike. The filament voltage continues to be applied throughout the operation of the lamp. Rapid start ballasts appear to have a slight turn-on delay compared to the instant start.
What are rapid rooters made of?
Rapid Rooters are made of Sphagnum peat moss and a binder. Peat moss is a soilless natural product made of decomposed organic matter, mostly Sphagnum moss. Peat moss is a favorite medium of gardeners around the world because of its great air-to-water ratio.
When should I use Clonex clone solution?
Moisten rooting media every second day or as needed. Use Clonex Clone Solution, a continuous liquid feed plant nutrient, with each irrigation.
What can I use instead of rapid start?
- Sage Intacct.
- Adaptive Planning.
What is clone gel?
Clonex Rooting Gel is a high performance, water-based, rooting compound developed by Growth Technology™ Ltd. It is a tenacious gel which will remain in contact around the stem, sealing the cut tissue and supplying the hormones needed to promote root cell development and vitamins to protect the delicate new root tissue.