If you are looking to start seeds quickly and easily, you need General Hydroponics Rapid Rooter Plugs. These rooting plugs are a budget-friendly, easy way to start lots of seeds fast.
Whether you are a hobby grower just starting a few seeds per grow cycle or a commercial grower with high propagation needs, these will get the job done. Here are all the things we love about them.
Starting your Grow In The General Hydroponics Rapid Rooter Plugs
These are designed for rooting cuttings or starting seeds and promote rapid, robust root development. A strong root system early on will result in healthy, strong plants that reward you with a heavy, potent harvest!
GH Rapid Rooter Plugs are an organic, soilless solution to starting seeds. Comprised from composted tree bark and all-natural materials, these are a healthy, guilt-free way to start your plants. once your roots pop through the plug and you are ready to transplant, you can place the plug and your seedling directly into their next grow media or hydroponic system.
Why Rapid Rooter Plugs?
The GH Rapid Rooter Plugs are superior to the competition, as they feature a breakthrough technology to produce a unique matrix of composted materials combined with plant-derived polymers. The plugs are developed in a controlled environment to ensure the highest consistency and quality possible.
This process results in the plugs being charged with high populations of beneficial microbes to help start your seeds or clones fast. These microbes colonize young roots, and increase resistance to disease while maximizing nutrient uptake. The plugs are also fortified with General Hydroponics Micronutrients, to ensure a complete nutrient profile for early root growth.
From an aeration and water retention standpoint, no other plugs can compete with General Hydroponics Rapid Rooter Replacement Plugs, 50 count. They are simply the best on the market. Find out for yourself!
How To Use General Hydroponics Rapid Rooter Plugs
To fill your Rapid Rooter Plugs with seeds, simple squeeze the plug open and place your seed inside the divot in the center of each plug. Keep it moist, but not soaked, and place it in your seed starting kit or on your window-sill. After a few days, you should see roots pop through the plug, and then you can transplant into the next container or system!
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