Dip’N Grow Liquid Rooting Agent


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Dip’N Grow Liquid Rooting Agent – a concentrated liquid rooting hormone solution easily diluted with water to the necessary strength. This tested and proven formula contains two root-inducing auxins (IBA and NAA). Alcohol is used as the solvent for the active ingredients, so Dip ‘n Grow is self-sanitizing and cross-contamination problems are eliminated.

Direction for use:

  • Poisonous and highly flammable, store below 20 degrees Celsius, out of direct sunlight, away from kids, pets, food and animal feed. Avoid contact with eyes or skin.
  • Mix only for immediate use. For best results once diluted, Dip’N Grow should be used within 10 hours.
  • Hardwood / difficult to root cuttings: dilute 1 part Dip’N Grow to 5 parts water.
  • Semi-Hardwood / general cuttings: dilute 1 part Dip’N Grow to 10 parts water.
  • Softwood / succulent cuttings: dilute 1 part Dip’N Grow to 20 parts water.
  • Dip the basal end (bottom) of the cutting approximately one inch into the diluted Dip’N Grow for 3 to 5 seconds. Following dipping, place cuttings into planting medium. (Vermiculite, perlite, rooting plugs, Jiffy pellets, etc.)

Find full Instructions for using Dip’N Grow Liquid Rooting Agent HERE 

After dipping…

To optimize the rooting process for cuttings that have been dipped in rooting hormone, maintaining ideal environmental conditions is paramount.

Firstly, controlling humidity levels is crucial; ensure a consistent humidity of around 70-80% to prevent desiccation while promoting root development. Additionally, maintaining an optimal temperature range between 21-24°C encourages metabolic activity without stressing the cuttings.

Secondly, providing adequate aeration is vital for preventing fungal growth and ensuring oxygen supply to the developing roots. This can be achieved through proper ventilation and avoiding overcrowding of cuttings.

Lastly, employing a well-draining, sterile rooting medium such as perlite or vermiculite promotes root growth and reduces the risk of rotting. Regular monitoring of moisture levels and adjustment of watering frequency accordingly is essential to prevent waterlogging and maintain optimal conditions for rooting success.