Bonide Bontone II Rooting Powder

Bonide Bontone II Rooting Powder

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Product Overview

Bonide Bontone II Rooting Powder accelerates root development and helps house plants and groundcovers to take root. Use Bonide Bontone Rooting Powder for root cuttings and transplants. One bottle, 1 1/4 ounces will treat 2,800 average size cuttings. Bonide Bontone II Rooting Powder is a ready to use formulation that contains the plant growth hormone IBA.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Indole-3-butyric acid 0.1%
For use in Transplanting and Root Cuttings of Plants
Application * See label for complete application instructions
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on Label
NOT FOR SALE TO
Shipping Weight 0.13 lbs
Manufacturer Bonide (Mfg. Number: 925)
UPC 037321009252
EPA Registration 4-489

Details

This may be used on a variety of plant cuttings, including woody, herbaceous, and flowering ornamental species, vegetables, fruit trees and small fruits. Also use for general treatment of bulb, roots, and corms. This is ideal for the rooting treatment of many houseplants and Azaleas (evergreen types), Chrysanthemums, Chinese Evergreens, Dieffenbachia, Draceanas, Geraniums, Hydrangeas, Ivy, Lantanas, Pandanus, Veitchi, Pachysandra, Peperomias, Philodendron, Poinsettias, Pothos, and a wide range of other plants.

Application Instructions:

Take cuttings from a vigorous healthy plant. Remove any leaves or flowers at the base of the cutting. Stir cut ends in this product. Plant treated cuttings in a rooting medium such as potting soil. Mist regularly.

Keep rooting medium moderately moist until roots are established. Treated cuttings should not have less than a 60°F Temperature.

General Treatment of Seeds, Bulbs, Corms and roots of ornamental plants:

Place the Rooting Powder and bulbs, corms or roots into a sealed bag or container. Shake well to deposit a light coating. 1 ¼ ounces of the Rooting Powder should treat approximately 2,800 average cuttings.

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Can Bonide Bontone Rooting Powder be used for roses?
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Bonide Bontone Rooting Powder  can be used for roses also per the manufacturer.

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Can Bonide Bontone Rooting Powder be used to plant tomatoes and bell peppers plants?
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Bonide Bontone Rooting Powder can be used for edible food plants. 

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Can I use Bonide Bontone II Rooting Powder cloning in water instead of dirt?
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Bonide Bontone II Rooting Powder is only labeled for use in rooting mediums like soil, it would not be recommended for water plantings.

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How to use Bonide Bontone Rooting Powder?

Do I need to dissolve it in a water

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Application Instructions per the Bonide Bontone Rooting Powder product label: Take cuttings from a vigorous healthy plant. Remove any leaves or flowers at the base of the cutting. Stir cut ends in this product. Plant treated cuttings in a rooting medium such as potting soil. Mist regularly.

Keep rooting medium moderately moist until roots are established. Treated cuttings should not have less than a 60°F Temperature.

General Treatment of Seeds, Bulbs, Corms and roots of ornamental plants: Place this product and bulbs, corms or roots into a sealed bag or container. Shake well to deposit a light coating. 1 ¼ ounces of this product should treat approximately 2,800 average cuttings

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Can i use Bonide Bontone Rooting Powder on food plants like avocado or other citrus plants?
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Yes, Bonide Bontone Rooting Powder is  labeled to be used on edibles. 

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