Jiffy Giant Dome Propagator
Jiffy Propagators are made from high-quality plastics and offer plants the optimum environment for successful cultivation and healthy growth. They form customised solutions with respect to supplying the plants with nutrients and offer ideal requisites for proper watering, light, and temperature. Translucent lids make it possible to capture sufficient daylight, and integrated vent flaps ensure optimum venting and air conditioning for the seeds and plants.
• Integrated venting flaps for optimum venting
and air conditioning
• Intelligent solutions for clean and easy handling
• The right size for every purpose, re-usable
• Translucent lids to ensure adequate light
• Made from high-quality plastic
• Water-proof plastic bottom trays
Propagating plants is an inexpensive and easy way to get new plants from plants you already have. This asexual means of reproduction produces a plant that is genetically identical to its parent.
There are a variety of plant propagation tools and methods; from taking cuttings to layering to dividing and more. The technique you select will depend on the type of plant you wish to propagate and the amount of time and effort you want to put into it.
Propagation by stem cuttings is the most popular plant propagation method for woody shrubs and ornamental plants. This is also a good technique for houseplants.
Houseplants are often quite easy to propagate. Look for a healthy stem absent of flower buds, disease and insects. Using a sharp, sterile knife make a clean cut at a 45° angle to maximize the rooting area. Cuttings should be about 3-6 inches long (shorter if the plant is small) and include the tip of the stem, and at least two or three sets of leaves attached.
Once the cuttings have developed roots — this can take a few days or a few months — replant them in another container with moist, but not wet, potting soil. (To identify whether roots have formed or not, pull lightly on the plants. If they pop right out, they are not ready. If you feel some resistance, go ahead and repot.)