Microbial Rooting Aid
Dr. Root is a premium mycorrhizae inoculant that provides endomycorrhizae and beneficial bacteria to encourage healthy root growth. The bacteria and mycorrhizae spores are paired with a growth promoting substrate containing cottonseed meal to provide enhanced sticking and coverage of the root system, seaweed and humic acids for microbial stimulation, and aloe extracts for its rich complex of organic compounds.
Aloe Vera Extract
Indoor/Potted Plants (Soil/Soilless): Mix 1 tsp. (2.5 grams) – 1 TBL. (7.5 grams) of Dr. Root per 1 gallon of water once a week for 2 – 3 weeks of the propagation/vegetative growth phase. Apply to seedlings, rooted cuttings, and upon transplanting.
Clones: When clones are first taken, soak them for 15 to 30 minutes in a Dr. Root solution at 1 tsp. (2.5 grams) of Dr. Root per gallon of water. Lightly moisten the propagation plugs with Dr. Root solution and plant into plugs.
Transplanting: Mix 1 TBL. (7.5 grams) per 1 gallon of water. After planting, apply liquid concentrate over the root zone to water in plant until container is saturated. Dr. Root can also be used to dust the transplant hole for rooted cuttings and/or established plants. For best results, lightly dust the transplant hole and established root mass with granular mycorrhizae before transplanting then water in transplant with a liquid concentrate of Dr. Root and EZ Tea Veg.
Outdoor Plants: Mix 1 tsp. (2.5 grams) per 1 gallon of water and apply once at every transplant. For 50 gallons, mix 1 cup (125 grams) of Dr. Root per 50 gallons of water (5 cups per 250 gallons of water). Let mixture aerate/circulate for 15 to 20 minutes to completely dissolve before applying. For best results, lightly dust the transplant hole with granular mycorrhizae before final transplant outside, then water in transplant with a liquid concentrate of Dr. Root.