Q Plugs for Standard Rooter Pot-Pack of 4

Item Number: QBPT-4
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PACK of 4 PLUGS!

Q Plug looks and feels like moist chocolate sponge cake, the ideal blend of soil, air and water for rapid root formation.

Super Pre-formed Q Plugs for Rooter-Pots

Q Plugs to fit Rooter-Pots are molded from a superb stabilized rooting medium that provides ideal air/water ratios for rapid root development and healthy growth. It's a perfect fit.

Each Q Plug is slit to the center, allowing you to fit it into a Rooter-Pot. Then clamp pot and plug around the peeled stem of the plant you want to root, before locking Rooter-Pot's tabs into place. It's the perfect medium for Rooter-Pot air-layering propagation. Made in California by Ihort Technologies, this material is widely used in commercial horticulture.
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PACK OF 4 Q PLUGS FOR STANDARD ROOTER POT
Mar 28, 2011  |  By Susan Adamczyk
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Just used it on my rubber plant. Was very easy to use. I'm hoping for good results.


WOW
Oct 7, 2013  |  By Tamera Pacumio
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These are the best thing I have tried so far for air layering. No muss, no fuss, put it on and forget it. Roots in weeks and they are stabilized so no worries about root damage after cutting and repotting.


Hopeful...
May 16, 2015  |  By Joy
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Since the rooter pots have been so difficult to assemble, I have not used these yet. I am hopeful they are still okay to use. The idea is terrific, but the instructions for assembling the rooter pots do not match the product...thus delaying my use of them.


Rooter Pots
Aug 18, 2016  |  By Nancy Harms
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I tried one rooter pot on a rhodedendron I wanted to propagate. After about 6 weeks the top leaves started to die, so I peeked inside where the roots should be growing and found leaves growing instead of roots. Has anybody else had this problem? What am I doing wrong? I thought I followed the directions exactly. **** We're actually quite confused as to how leaves rather than roots can be growing in the soil so we honestly don't know what might have gone wrong for you. ****


used these
Feb 17, 2018  |  By jan
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I have had 2 packs of these to make plants and so far have had successful on a gardenia, surprised for that the most as well on a jatropha bush. tried a crape myrtle but was wrong time of year, need to do a few more as great success!

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