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Garden Safe<SUP>®</SUP> Brand</br>TakeRoot<SUP>®</SUP> Rooting Hormoneimage



Use Garden Safe® Brand TakeRoot® Rooting Hormone to grow cuttings from your favorite plants, including African violets, roses, poinsettias, philodendrons, geraniums, coleus, woody ornamentals and most other popular home, garden and greenhouse varieties. Propagating plants from cuttings is an easy inexpensive way to multiply your plant supply and share garden favorites with others. And it's the only way to assure new plants will show the same flowering and fruiting qualities admired in hybrid parents.

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UPC - 072845931948

Size - 2 oz


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If so, should I use a cutting of new growth, or is it okay to use a cutting of an older growth?
4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Can you explain why not? Several gardening forums have recommended it since I asked the question originally. Is it unsafe, or just a matter of it not working?
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We're happy to offer more information. Although Garden Safe Brand TakeRoot Rooting Hormone would not be unsafe to use with fruit trees, it's designed to be used with small plants or shrubs. This product would likely not work effectively if used with fruit trees.
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No, you shouldn't use this product to grow cuttings of fruit trees.
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can it cause permanent damage to humans if absorbed into skin?...if so WHAT type of damage can it do.....can it make you grow 2 heads ...or three ears?
it says "harmful" if absorbed in skin , but does NOT say "WHAT " that HARM could be???
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There are ingestion, eye contact and inhalation hazards associated with this product. For specific first aid questions, please call our first aid hotline at 1-800-633-2873.
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Sure, you can use Garden Safe Brand TakeRoot Rooting Hormone to grow blueberry plants from cuttings.
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still talking about blueberries, the reason i ask is leaves are wilting from cuttings, would be good to have a list of do's and dont's
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No, no special instructions -- just cut, dip the cut end in the rooting hormone and plant. Your plantings should get water and light levels appropriate for their variety, but you will want to make sure you mist or water lightly regularly as the cutting takes root.
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It's a powder.
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