Get Explosive Roots in Record Time with Our Aeroponic Propagation Kits
These kits will help you to take cuttings from your mother plant and quickly transform them into well rooted clones. Aeroponics is the most advanced method of propagation. Providing your plants with the most effective form of growing possible, as it allows your plants to be misted by a highly aerated nutrient solution below, whilst still being able to breathe above. To enhance your propagation still further check out our range of LED Aeroponic Kits. Featuring low heat, high PAR Secret Jardin T-LED lighting technology for superior lush growth.
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How the Aeroponic Propagation Kits Work
The aeroponic propagator kits are made up from three core components: a deep bottomed reservoir, an inner tray, and clear plastic propagator lid. The reservoir has ridges that suspend the inner tray of neoprene collars, into which cuttings are suspended and also holds your water supply and centrally mounted water pump. The spray heads, under high pressure from the water pump, act as a mini-sprinkler system. Distributing a fine mist of water and nutrient solution on to the stems of your cuttings, which promote rapid root development.
Due to the oxygen-rich water being sprayed beneath, onto the cuttings stem, root growth is much faster than traditional propagation methods and is virtually unrestricted due to the humid conditions and lack of any media. Maintenance is minimal with these systems, as is the presence of bacterial disease such as pythium striking. To avoid other water-based issues, the Hydor in-tank heater can be used to regulate the temperature of your propagator reservoir, reducing any over or under heating.
The lights in these kits can be inserted to the grooves on the plastic propagator lid. When the clear plastic lid is placed on the tray, a humid environment is created inside the propagator, preventing your clones from drying out before they have successfully rooted out below.