DYNAROOT

Q. Why should I use Dynaroot instead of another product?

Dynaroot is manufactured with the highest quality ingredients. 4 Independent trials that took place in Europe have confirmed that the use of Dynaroot resulted in considerably better rooting when compared to the top European products.

Q. What must I do once the cutting has rooted?

A. Once the cutting has a substantial amount of roots, carefully lift the cutting out of the container, to be transplanted in a suitable well drained soil medium, without damaging the new roots.

Q. What medium must be used to plant the treated cuttings?

A. It’s recommended to preferably utilise a mixture of peat and sand, that has been be well-drained. Keep the medium moist, but please note not to over water the medium. Keep the cuttings away from full sunlight. Should there be no shade, use a piece of shade netting.

Q. When is the best time to propagate cuttings?

A. The best time to make cuttings is just after Spring when new shoots are strong enough to be cut for propagation. If heating is available, cuttings can be made right through the year.

Q. Why are there 3 different concentrations of Dynaroot?

A. Cuttings are made from different plant species, the cuttings are classified as: “Soft wood cuttings” (i.e.: herbs, ground-covers etc.) Semi-hardwood cuttings (i.e.: most general plants) and hard-wood cuttings (i.e.: trees, fruit trees, hardy shrubs etc.)
Dynaroot No.1 is used for soft-wood cuttings
Dynaroot No.2 is used for semi-hardwood cuttings.
Dynaroot No.3 is used for hard-wood cuttings.

Dip & Root

Q. Why use Dip&Root?

A. Dip&Root contains 2 different hormones:
One to enhance the rooting of the cutting and the other to promote vegetative growth. In other words, the cutting is pushed from the bottom and pulled from the top, to promote maximum growth.

Q. What is the main advantage of using Dip&Root?

A. You will get the maximum rooting results when using Dip&Root.

Q. What to do with the cuttings once treated?

A. Once the cutting has a substantial amount of roots, carefully lift the cutting out of the container, to be transplanted in a suitable well-drained soil medium, without damaging the new roots.

Q. How to use Dip&Root?

Dip&Root is very easy to use:

Directions for use:

  • For hardwood cuttings:
    Mix 1 part of Dip&Root with 5 parts of water.
  • For semi-hardwood cuttings:
    Mix 1 part of Dip&Root with 10 parts of water.
  • For softwood cuttings:
    Mix 1 part of Dip&Root with 20 parts of water.

Q. Are there any precautional measures to keep in mind when using Dip&Root?

 

  1. Dip&Root is non hazardous and 100% safe to use.

The following measures should be taken into consideration:

  • Avoid contact with eyes and rinse immediately with water or milk should contact occur.
  • Keep Dip&Root away from open fires. Store in a cool dark place under 20°C.
  • Keep product away from children, animals or food.
  • Once the product is finished, puncture container before disposal and wash hands.

DynaGro

Q. Why use DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)]?

DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)] is an organic based plant-food concentration. It contains all the required elements and trace elements to get your plants into the best possible condition. DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)] can also be used as a foliar food

Q. What medium must be used to plant the treated cuttings?

A. It’s recommended to preferably utilise a mixture of peat and sand that has been be well-drained. Keep the medium moist, but please note not to overwater the medium. Keep the cuttings away from full sunlight. Should there be no shade, use a piece of shade netting.

Q. When is the best time to propagate cuttings?

A. The best time to make cuttings is just after Spring when new shoots are strong enough to be cut for propagation. If heating is available, cuttings can be made right through the year.

Q. Can DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)] be used on all plants?

A. DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)] can be used on all plants, lawns and soil preparation.

Q. Is DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)] safe for the environment?

A. DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)] is 100% environmental friendly & harmless to bees, birds & animals

Q. What must I do, once the cutting has rooted?

A. Once the cutting has a substantial amount of roots, carefully lift the cutting out of the container, to be transplanted in a suitable well-drained soil medium, without damaging the new roots.

Q. Does DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)] contain animal products?

A. DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)] is 100% free of animal products.

Q. How do I mix it DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)]?

A. DynaGro [8:2:6 (16)] is very easy to use.
Directions for use:
1. Shake container well before use.
2. Dilute to required ratio and apply.
3. Wash hands.
For Lawns – Shrubs – Flower Beds -Pot Plants: Mix 5ml per 1½ litre water and water plants fortnightly or more frequently if required.
For Orchids: Mix 5ml per 1½ litre water and water plants fortnightly or more frequently if required.
Soil application: Mix 20ml per 1 litre water and apply 1 litre of the mixture per 1m².
Foliar Feeding: 10ml per 1 litre of water. Apply weekly.

Elsenburg Mix

Q. Why use Elsenburg Mix?

A. Elsenburg Mix is specifically developed for the rooting of Fynbos cuttings which are notoriously difficult to propagate. By using Elsenburg Mix, you can rest assured that your fynbos will root in no time.

Q. Are there any precautional measures to keep in mind when using Elsenburg Mix?

A. No precautions are required. Just remember to keep the treated cuttings away from direct sunlight.

Q. Is Elsenburg Mix safe for the environment?

A. Elsenburg Mix is 100% environmentally friendly & harmless to bees, birds & animals.

Q. Can Elsenburg Mix be used on non fynbos plants/flowers?

A. Yes, Elsenburg Mix may be used on other notoriously difficult semi-hardwood and hardwood cuttings.