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Propagation media refers to the material or substrate used for starting seeds, rooting cuttings, or germinating plants in a controlled environment. The choice of propagation media is important as it provides support, moisture, and nutrients to the young plants. Here are some common propagation media options:
Rockwool cubes: Rockwool is a popular choice for propagation due to its excellent water retention and aeration properties
Peat Pellets/Plugs: Peat pellets or plugs are composed of compressed peat moss. They are convenient to use as they expand when watered. Peat provides good moisture retention and aeration.
Coco Coir: Coco coir is derived from coconut husks and is a sustainable alternative to peat moss. It has good water retention capacity and provides a well-draining environment for root growth.
Perlite/Vermiculite: Perlite and vermiculite are lightweight, sterile, and inert materials commonly used as propagation media.
The choice of propagation media depends on factors such as the type of plants, their water requirements, and the desired rooting conditions. Experimenting with different media and observing the response of your plants can help determine the most suitable option for your specific needs.