Are you Taking Weed Cuttings from a Great Parent Plant? Use Bio Clone Gel from BAC! The alternative to rooting powder – 100% natural and super effective! DESCRIPTION: Seaweed gel is an extract of Phaeophyta seaweed in water. It is a natural polysaccharide that has moisture-binding and healing properties on the skin. It contains mannuronic acid and beta-glucan, giving it both conditioning and humectant properties. The gel extract is soft to the touch and gives a very ple The Gel Sack is an edible flora species that can also be used to craft Aerogel. It is usually found attached to the walls of deep caves. It can be either picked up or harvested for Gel Sack Spores by using a Knife. A Gel Sack gives one Spore per knife strike. Up to three Spores can be collected…
Bio Seed Weed Gel
As you take cuttings, it’s vital to protect properly both the wound of the cutting as well as the miniscule plant itself. When you take weed cuttings from the parent plant, you’re cutting a piece off. This piece is extremely vulnerable and can easily become infected by fungal mould. This can make the weed cuttings diseased and spoil them. That’s why you should use Bio Clone. It contains exactly the right substances to protect your cutting and facilitate faster and better rooting. When you use BAC’s rooting powder gel, diseases are prevented from getting to your plant. This resource is 100% natural and vegan-certified. You can cultivate weed organically with BAC Bio Clone.
- Increases the resistance of weed cuttings
- Protects against moulds and diseases
- Extremely easy to use
- Vegan Certificate (registered with the Vegan Society)
- Bio Clone is organically biodegradable
- The rooting powder alternative
Do you want more explanation about taking cuttings? Then read our blog “Taking Weed Cuttings in a Number of Simple Steps” and you’re bound to succeed.
Alternative to Rooting Powder
Rooting powder is often used for weed plant cuttings. However, it’s not necessarily the ideal product. Especially where weed cuttings are concerned. Sometimes, the powder doesn’t stick to the plant sufficiently and may drop off the cuttings. Moreover, it doesn’t always provide the promised protection. All that’s in the past with this Bio Clone BAC feed. This ‘rooting powder gel’ is soluble which makes it easier to use. This BAC product is thoroughly tested and certified. That makes Bio Clone your best chance of success with weed cuttings. The rooting powder alternative.
Using Bio Clone Gel
It’s very easy to take cuttings with Bio Clone. After you have taken a cutting in the correct manner from the parent plant, dip the bottom 2 to 3 centimetres in the Bio Clone gel. Then insert the cutting immediately into the medium you are using. Make sure the medium is damp and nature will do the rest. For more tips on taking weed cuttings, read our blog!
You should store the product at a temperature between 5 and 20 degrees Celsius.
About BAC Fertilizer
BAC is a renowned brand when it comes to organic plant feed. BAC weed feed has been a feature of growing rooms and gardens for both experienced growers and hobbyists for over 15 years. This brand produces an extensive range of plant feeds, stimulators, plant boosters and substrates. BAC feed can be applied to all possible substrates: hydro-cultivation, ordinary soil or growing on coconut? All these can be used with organic plant food from BAC. Virtually all products are 100% natural and thoroughly tested. BAC has won multiple awards for its products thanks to numerous certifications from universities, quality marks and scientists. Do you want only the best for your plant? In that case, opt for BAC organic plant feed.
Sea weed Extract gel
DESCRIPTION : Seaweed gel is an extract of Phaeophyta seaweed in water. It is a natural polysaccharide that has moisture-binding and healing properties on the skin. It contains mannuronic acid and beta-glucan, giving it both conditioning and humectant properties. The gel extract is soft to the touch and gives a very pleasant silky smooth feel on the skin without being sticky or tacky. It leaves a breathable film on the skin that makes the skin feel smooth and hydrated. It softens, hydrates and soothes the skin and leaving it silky soft. Can be used as part of your serum base for a unique, sensory experience
Not ideal for cationic systems or electrolyte intolerant polymers.
• Excellent after skin- feel
• Moisture binding
• Wound healing support
• Soothing and repairing
• Helps firm and strengthen the skin
• Anti-ageing and skin rejuvenating
• Ideal as a serum base
APPLICATION : Face serums, moisturizers, lotions, creams, etc
INCI: Phaeophycota extract, Aqua & DMDM Hydantoin
Solubility: Water phase
Use rate: 5.0 – 20.0%
Formulation Advice: Not suitable for electrolyte-sensitive polymers or cationic emulsifiers
Appearance: Clear to a light brown coloured viscous liquid.
Storage: Store in a cool, dark and dry place. Refrigerate for long storage.
Shelf life: 2 years
This is a cosmetic raw material and is meant for external use only in cosmetic formulations. As with all of our materials, it should not be taken internally.
Gel Sack (Subnautica)
This article is about Gel Sacks in Subnautica. Click here for information on this subject in Below Zero.
Gel Sack (Subnautica)
Gel Sack Spores
The Gel Sack is an edible flora species that can also be used to craft Aerogel.
It is usually found attached to the walls of deep caves. It can be either picked up or harvested for Gel Sack Spores by using a Knife. A Gel Sack gives one Spore per knife strike. Up to three Spores can be collected from a single Gel Sack in this way, with the Sack being destroyed by the third strike. Extracting Spores from a Gel Sack has no effect on its qualities as a raw material or food source if it is picked up. There is a bug using this, as hitting it with a knife twice, putting it in the inventory, and hitting it again will give you infinite amount of spores.
Either item can be planted in an Exterior Growbed. It is a good idea to establish a growbed for gel sacks, as Aerogel is used in several high-end recipes and the plants are fairly rare outside of deep regions.
Gel Sacks are unique among edible flora species in that they do not rot while in the player’s inventory, making them a viable food and water source for longer trips, but they do not provide much food or water individually. However, they only occupy a single spot in the player’s inventory, allowing for many to be carried at once.
The Gel Sack is hemispheric in shape, and has a blackish green surface covered with thick, twisted ridges. Randomly scattered across its surface are protruding, bioluminescent purple spots.