Vitalink Plant Start

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Plant Start

  • The first step in healthy plant propagation
  • Encourages faster, healthier root growth
  • Eases the stress of cutting/cloning
  • Includes both humic and fulvic acids to aid nutrient uptake
  • Gentle formula makes it impossible to burn your plants
  • Simple to use with convenient dose rates

Your seedlings and cuttings will get off to the best possible start with VitaLink PlantStart. Tried and tested countrywide for over a decade, PlantStart is blended to be the best propagation plant feed on the market.

What keeps this product producing such consistent results is the carefully selected blend of ingredients. The perfect ratio of boron to calcium has been proven to promote rapid root development and vigorous early growth.  Vitamin B1 helps ease the stress to the plant during the cutting process. The addition of both fulvic and humic acids aids in nutrient uptake from the moment of root emergence.

VitaLink PlantStart is a proven, gentle plant feed.

Directions for use

Sowing seed/cuttings – Use at 3-4ml per litre when pre-soaking propagation sponge/plugs prior to sowing seed or

 taking your cuttings. If taking delicate and valuable cuttings we recommend the use of a quality rooting gel to further guarantee success.

For rooted seedlings and cuttings – Use at 6-8ml per litre once your cutting/seed has successfully rooted into your propagation sponge/plug. Once you first notice the plug shooting multiple roots we would recommend incorporating VitaLink RootStim into your feed program.

Always shake the bottle prior to use as the humic acid will naturally settle over time.

A grower’s hint – many growers still give cuttings and seedlings a weak dose of adult feed. Please don’t do this, as cuttings and seedlings not only need a weaker feed, they also need the right ratio of key nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Think of it this way, you wouldn’t give a new born baby steak for dinner. The same principle is applied to seedlings/cuttings, you shouldn’t feed them nutrients formulated for mature plants.