Product Type: Baby Bio garden chemicals
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Baby Bio Roota
Member Name: misslook
Baby Bio Roota
Date: 20/07/01, updated on 20/07/01 (621 review reads)
Advantages: does the job
Disadvantages: don't know of any yet
I know less then most people do about plants and gardening, although I’m trying to learn more about them as I have a very large garden. We only brought our house about 2 years ago and it needed a lot of work so all the gardening seemed to just get left. I’ve gone a bit gardening mad just lately trying desperately to get the garden looking nice. (Or at least better) I should be buying shares in B&Q I’ve spent so much money in there lately.
While I was out shopping I noticed a product and thought I would give it ago and now I can definitely say it has made my life a lot easier.
I need a lot of plants to fill my gardens and I haven’t got much money, so with the help of a friend we took some cuttings from some of the other plants that she and I already had in our gardens. I soon had a garden full of beautiful plants. Well yes but only because I used Baby Bio Roota.
I have tried taking cutting time after time and I just couldn’t see what I was doing wrong as the plants always died. I used Baby Bio Roota this time and the difference is truly amazing.
What is Baby Bio Roota?
It is a rooting hormone; this unique liquid formulation rapidly carries the active hormone into the cutting. Strong healthy roots develop quickly and uniformly.
The fungicide in Baby Bio Roota helps to prevent basal rot.
Directions for use.
Dip the base of the cutting into the liquid
1ch deep for softwood cuttings such as fuchsia, dahlia, chrysanthemum, and houseplants.
2.5cm for all other cuttings.
Place the planted cutting in a light, but not sunny position.
You must wash your hands after use.
Keep it away from pets and children.
Apply away from fish.
Store in the original container.
Went empty dispose of safely.
Baby Bio Roota contains sodium salts of 1-napthyl-aceticacid & dichlorophen.
The Baby Bio Roota that I am using is in
a liquid form but it is also available in a powder form.
The packaging is small the box is only about 2.5 inches tall so it is easily missed on the shelf if you don’t know what you are looking for, although it is in a bright yellow box.
It comes in a 50ml bottle, which goes a long long way. This bottle will last you a long time.
The bottle has a screw on lid which is not child prove so keep it out of their reach. The bottle is clear with black writing on it and a black top.
Baby Bio Roota cost me just over £3, which I thought was pretty reasonable.
I brought mine from B&Q but I am sure you could pick some up in most garden and DIY stores, you may even pay a little less then I did too.
I’m using it on my strawberry plant at the moment, if you have a strawberry plant you will notice roots coming out and hanging down, cut off the root dip it in Baby Bio Roota and plant it so that the little leaves are on top of the soil. You never know you might have 5 plants or more next year yum yum.