From the Bottom Up


If you're harvesting cuttings from the same stock plants several times each week, consider taking cuts from the bottom up.

Pulling cuttings from anywhere on the plant can quickly result in a misshapen canopy and inefficient stock plant.

Starting at the bottom and working up ensures a well-formed plant and active canopy that is constantly generating fresh cuttings.

Unsuccessful rooting programs are often due to unkempt or unhealthy stock plants.

Old plants with untended growth won't generate desirable cuttings, and as a result, rooting can take longer.

Ensure that your cultivation business enjoys consistency and success when it comes to rooting cuttings; cut from the bottom up.