Using an intermittent misting system to root cuttings

Why use intermittent mist? Using intermittent mist to root cuttings of woody ornamentals and perennials is one of the most efficient means of asexually reproducing large quantities of plants. Intermittent mist offers a means of automatically supplying moisture during the … Continue reading

What is nutrient leaching when rooting cuttings with intermittent mist?

Intermittent mist was a great revolution in propagating plants. It enabled the propagator to quickly and cost effectively produce many plants at a time. However, with the benefits comes negative impacts on the nutrients that are within the cuttings. Not … Continue reading

Favorite Discover the secrets of Misting Systems used to propagate plants

Great news, you can now learn the highly guarded secrets of plant propagation misting systems! This PDF was written using my many years of designing, building, and selling misting systems for plant propagators. These secrets you will learn will save … Continue reading

Three quick announcements! (Hint; they are good resources on misting systems, locating manure, and raising chickens)

I have three quick announcements I would like to share. The misting system e-learning course is now live and doing quite well. The course is available in a few different forms; as a 45 day newsletter or an immediate PDF … Continue reading

How I get softwood cuttings that will be rooted under my misting system

Gathering cuttings to place under your misting system can be quite a chore. But it really doesn’t need to be. Misting systems are great for rooting cuttings. They make quick work out of the process of the cutting forming roots … Continue reading

An easy way to select the correct misting system parts

Are you looking for parts to build a misting system to propagate plants? Read this article to find out why you are wasting time…

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Are you ready for a misting system malfunction?

No, well it doesn’t really take much to be prepared in the event that a piece of your misting system decides to stop working. Of course, this is more likely to happen at the worst possible time, like when you … Continue reading