Cutting Edge - Rooting Gel

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The perfect Rooting Gel
for the Organic Gardener from Cutting Edge!

CUTTING EDGE ROOTING GEL

At Last..

At last there is an organic rooting hormone solution for the gardener who likes to keep everything organic and natural. Cutting Edge have released this Rooting Gel that contains only natural ingredients, assuring the grower that nothing synthetic has gone into their plants from start to finish.

  • Promotes rapid and vigorous root cell development
  • 100% Organic
  • Harvested in a sustainable way
  • Help reduce stem rot
  • Strengthens the plant’s immune system
  • Pure natural extract from Eastern Atlantic Seaweed
  • Supplied in a convenient and easy-to-apply tube
  • Readily covers and sticks to plant tissue

How Cutting Edge Organic Rooting Gel Works:

When taking cuttings, a rooting hormone is invaluable for speeding up the rooting process and preventing rot before roots strike and become established. Until now it has been difficult for the Organic Gardener to find a non-synthetic natural rooting gel that doesn’t disrupt the 100% organic growing process. Now that’s all changed with the release of Cutting Edge’s 100% natural and Organic Rooting Gel. This product is made from seaweed which has been harvested from the Eastern Atlantic Ocean. It is cropped in a completely sustainable way which means that the natural harmony and balance of the ocean is not disturbed. The extract from the harvested seaweed contains natural hormones and anti-fungal properties which, when applied to the bottom inch or two of a freshly taken cutting, will greatly speed up the process of striking roots, and help it to resist stem-rot. It naturally helps to strengthen the cutting’s immune system meaning that it will stand the best chance of becoming a robust and well-developed plant.

How to use Cutting Edge Rooting Gel:

For best results, only choose healthy and thick-stemmed shoots from the mother plant to take a cutting from. Using a sterile and very sharp knife (preferably a brand new sterile scalpel) make a diagonal cut across the stem which is about half an inch to an inch from one of the “nodes” (the point on the stem where leaves come out from). Secondly, slice off the leaves where they join onto the main stem.

Next, coat a bottom couple of inches in the Cutting Edge Rooting Gel and place it into a rooting plug, Rooting plugs such as Jiffy peat-plugs, Rockwool plugs and flex mix plugs all work well. For Organic purposes, peat-plugs or flex mix plugs will help keep everything natural.

Ideally, keep the cutting(s) in a propagator and keep them lit with a cool-blue fluorescent light above it. Take the lid off and lightly mist the cuttings at least once, if not twice a day until roots have become established. 

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

A Rooting gel is pure and natural liquid plant extract.

 A Rooting gel is made of ASCOPHYLLUM nodosum. Ascophyllum nodosum is a large, common cold-water seaweed or brown alga in the family Fucaceae, being the only species in the genus Ascophyllum. It is a seaweed that only grows in the northern Atlantic Ocean, also known in localities as feamainn bhuí, rockweed, Norwegian kelp, knotted kelp, knotted wrack or egg wrack. It is common on the north-western coast of Europe including east Greenland and the north-eastern coast of North America, its range further south of these latitudes being limited by warmer ocean waters.

A Rooting Gel has Natural hormones & nutrients from plant extracts that will promote rapid and vigorous root growth.

A Yes. You can clone without rooting gel by using alternative methods which are synthetic. However, many gardeners prefer to use organic and natural methods such as rooting gel for a healthier yield of crops and for crop sustainability by cloning organically from foundations.

A Yes. Rooting Gel is better than hormone powder. Hormone powder is processed by drying at very high temperatures which de-natures & destroys the natural plant hormones that would be present in a natural concentrated liquid form such as Rooting Gel (Cutting Edge Rooting Gel)

A Yes. Rooting Gel is necessary as without using Rooting Gel, your clone/cutting would not grow or thrive and would die.

A Yes. Rooting Gel is better than hormone powder. Hormone powder is processed by drying at very high temperatures which de-natures & destroys the natural plant hormones that would be present in a natural concentrated liquid form such as Rooting Gel (Cutting Edge Rooting Gel)

A No. Rooting gel does not go bad if stored in the correct conditions. It is recommended that it is kept in a cool place, out of direct sunlight with the cap screwed tightly.

A Yes. you can use Rooting Gel in Water. Water can be added to concentrated Rooting Gel Mix to dilute the solution for usage.

A Yes. You can use Rooting Gel on roots to encourage growth. The natural hormones & nutrients in the Rooting Gel will promote rapid & vigorous root growth.

A Yes. You can use Rooting Gel on seeds to promote growth.

A Rooting gel lasts if stored in the correct conditions. It is recommended that it is kept in a cool place, out of direct sunlight with the cap screwed tightly.

A Cut the stem at a 45° angle and immerse cutting into Rooting Gel, then plant the medium.

A Yes. Rooting Gel does work. Subsequently tests have proven that in everyday use, Cutting Edge Rooting Gel will out-perform any non-organic rooting gel or powder.

Cutting Edge Rooting Gel is 100% organic, so can be used with all plant types.

A Yes. Rooting Gel can be used on succulent plants.

A Yes. You can clone without gel purification.

A Yes. Cloning gel and Rooting Gel are same products.

A Yes. Cutting Edge Rooting Gel can be used in aeroponics

A You can purchase various Propagation Kits here

A Yes. You can use rooting Gel for roses and all plant types