Reddit Reddit reviews HydroDynamics Clonex Rooting Gel, 100 ml

We found 8 Reddit comments about HydroDynamics Clonex Rooting Gel, 100 ml. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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HydroDynamics Clonex Rooting Gel, 100 ml
Clonex is a high performance, water-based, rooting gelIt 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 tissueClonex has a full spectrum of mineral nutrients and trace elements to nourish the young roots during their important formative stages
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8 Reddit comments about HydroDynamics Clonex Rooting Gel, 100 ml:

u/fondledbydolphins · 4 pointsr/gardening

As others have said, it's a hydrangea. Buy something similar to this and you can turn that into probably 4-5 plants!

Fun fact: You can add aluminum sulfate and use a 25/5/30 fertilizer yearly to make those flowers become a more blueish color. If you want them to be more pink, add dolomitic lime to the soil and use a 25/10/10 fertilizer. (This works, but it's much more effective when the plant is potted. Typically the closer a hydrangea is planted to concrete, the more pink in color it gets because lime leaches out of the concrete and lowers the pH)

u/Kramasz · 3 pointsr/PepperLovers

I use CloneX and TakeRoot. But I think they work better if using more than just water. If you absolutely need something to clone, I'd try these. If it's just an experiment, then water is fine and will probably do the trick.

Tomatoes clone super easy in water. Had one shoot out roots in 2 days.

u/OGHamToast · 2 pointsr/PlantedTank

I think at the beginning of April I'll be buying a bottle of this stuff to try out in my 10 gallon with some shrimp. I figure if the shrimp survive then it should be just fine for fish.

And totally unrelated but I haven't forgotten about the drift wood thing, but the reality is that it seems all the good drift wood is out in the inlets, so I have to wait until my wife and I get a pair of kayaks (which is actually going to be fairly soon, I hope!)

EDIT: I picked up research just now and found the product MSDS and it contains indolebutyric acid, which is listed as an agricultural chemical and pesticide, so my hopes have been dashed for this product. I'm going to confirm that this is dangerous and will advise as new information becomes available!

u/4twen_t · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

Some things you can buy:

Full kit, no gel. I personally don't like the light directly on top of the dome. You can't raise/lower if needed.

Hothouse and mat. This is what I use, along with this light.

Rooting gel

Rapid rooter starting pods. I use this, but there are definitely cheaper alternatives out there.

Don't give up!! Read up, do some research, and keep trying to grow. It's a fulfilling hobby, well worth the effort.

u/kholven · 1 pointr/houseplants

I know a lot of people guarantee success with using a rooting powder or gel... I haven't purchased one yet but my coworker is obsessed with this one right now :

It obviously isn't necessary, but ups the success rate significantly. Good luck!

u/DanFForbes · 1 pointr/orchids

I use Clonex.

u/mosqueraa1 · 1 pointr/proplifting

That's rotten. Cut right below that leaf to the left. Put it in water and change it weekly or when water looks gross (Don't let it get to that point) I use bottle water and have successfully root 3 fallen leaves I got from home depot. Now if you want to soil propagate, you will need some rooting hormone like this one. Create a hole in the soil, don't just stick it in. You want the root hormone to stay on the cutting.