Dip N Grow
Some rooting hormones don't absorb into the cut stems as well as they should. With Dip 'N' Grow rooting hormone, those problems are a thing of the past. It absorbs easily into the stems more evenly than other powders and contains two rooting auxins for greater results and effectiveness. It's easy to use and doesn't cause any cross-contamination problems for propagators in planting nurseries.
How Dip 'N' Grow Works
Dip 'N' Grow rooting hormone contains two root-inducing auxins to achieve maximum results: indole-3 butyric acid (IBA) and 1-naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA). It also contains alcohol as a solvent, so it's self-sanitizing to prevent cross-contamination problems. The active ingredients are part of the auxin family, which is a group of plant hormones that elongate the cells in the shoots and regulate growth.
Where to Use Dip 'N' Grow
Dip 'N' Grow rooting hormone is for use in plant nurseries, universities and other places where rooting treatments are conducted. It can be used for rooting houseplants and azaleas, as well as geraniums and ivy. Use it to root chrysanthemums and hydrangeas in commercial plant nurseries. It can also be used for the general treatment of bulbs and is effective for rooting houseplants and ornamental plant cuttings. Just mix the solution, dip the plant cutting, and plant it. It doesn't get any easier than that.
Dip 'N' Grow is safe to use on ornamental trees and has a nontoxic mode of action, making it perfect for eco-friendly nurseries. Though it's self-sanitizing and doesn't cause cross-contamination problems, Dip 'N' Grow can be combined with fungicides as an added precaution. It contains many of the same ingredients found in drench products but is primarily used to produce root growth on plant cuttings. Once it's diluted with water, it should be used within 12 hours for the best results.
Why Use Dip 'N' Grow Rooting Hormone
Cross-contamination is a big problem when it comes to rooting cut plants. Sometimes cut plantings transmit diseases from previous plants and soil. Dip 'N' Grow contains alcohol, so there's no worry about contamination from fungi and other plant diseases. It's easy to use and can be done in three steps. Some reasons to use Dip 'N' Grow for plant cuttings include:
- Can be used for a variety of ornamentals
- Contains alcohol to prevent cross-contamination
- Has two active ingredients for greater results
- Perfect for plant cuttings, bulbs and roots
- May be used for rooting houseplants
Eliminate Cross-Contamination With Dip 'N' Grow
One problem with rooting is the cross-contamination that occurs when moving a cutting to another pot of soil. While Dip 'N' Grow contains two active auxins to help with rooting, it also contains alcohol to prevent any problems later on. It can be used as a rooting treatment for a variety of houseplants and azaleas, including evergreens, and is perfect for pandanus, poinsettias and more. When it's time to grow new plants from cuttings, use Dip 'N' Grow to give them a jump-start and to keep diseases at bay.
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