Just wondering if anyone has used rooting powder when starting seeds. Like putting the powder in rapid rooters or in soil. Getting ready to start a new grow and was curious
I’ve never used it IN a rapid rooter just the outside of it when potting it up . With autos I put a layer about half way down into the soil . The roots will take advantage of it when it roots grow to that layer . With photos I have just dusted the roots when I transplant to the 5 gallon bag . Great question . Does it benefit the tap root ?
I might be confused a little bit . lol …I think you were talking about rooting powder to start clones . What I used was Great White mycorrhizae . Sorry I think they are two different things . I’ve read here that some use clonex gel diluted in water when starting seed . Inquiring minds want to know .
I wouldnt put rooting powder or gel with seeds its designed to promote rooting from a grown plant and seedlings are real sensitive. But if you are like me and have to see anyways i would only do one
My seeds get distilled water to germinate ,then Ph ed plain water on seedlings . I don’t need to do anything tricky to seeds or seedling . I like keeping it simple in early veg .
no way! rooting powder is for taking cuttings. Dont use it for seedlings.
I’ve used the rooting powder and haven’t seen much difference. The best thing I’ve found is the rapid rooter pods and rapid start solution to really get growth going