Keiki Cloning Paste Special Cytokinin Formula Gives a New Baby Orchid (Keiki) in Weeks-Can Be Used on All Kinds of Orchids and Also House Plants (0.33oz)

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Keiki Cloning Paste Special Cytokinin Formula Gives a New Baby Orchid (Keiki) in Weeks-Can Be Used on All Kinds of Orchids and Also House Plants (0.33oz)

Keiki Cloning Paste Special Cytokinin Formula Gives a New Baby Orchid (Keiki) in Weeks-Can Be Used on All Kinds of Orchids and Also House Plants (0.33oz)

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From the first appearance of a keiki to being ready to separate from the parent, it can take between 1 and 1.5 years. The benefit of propagating Phalaenopsis orchids this way is that there is less stress on the mother orchid. Orchid keikis, like human fetuses, tend to take nutrients and energy from the mother orchid as they grow. By propagating orchids via stem cuttings, the mother orchid is able to focus its energies on root and leaf growth, as well as growing a new orchid flower spike. Monopodial orchids sometimes sprout offshoots called Keiki. These offshoots develop from nodes on the orchid, usually just above the root structure or off the stem of the main plant. For timing, wait until the plant has finished flowering and is in a vegetative growth state, producing new leaves. This is generally when temperatures are warmer (spring, summer). It’s during the cooler seasons that regular flowering occurs. Using a sterilized blade, divide the flower spike into sections, with at least 1 or 2 nodes per section.

As I mentioned at the beginning of this article, keiki paste is made of different growth hormones that promote plant growth. Some of the used chemical compounds are; I had one plant in bloom die completely; another was infested by pests (probably it was more vulnerable or stressed?) right after. Crazy Keiki Cloning Paste on Other Plants Pseudobulb division is only possible with orchids that have pseudobulbs (of course). Phalaenopsis orchids and other monopodial orchids cannot be propagated this way. Instead, orchids such as Cattleya, Dendrobium, Epidendrum, Oncidium, and Laelia can. These orchid species have pseudobulbs. By dividing the pseudobulbs, you can get more orchids. More on this down below. Stem Cuttings Cloning orchids can be a rewarding experience, whether you’re working with Keiki or other orchid parts. Remember these key points:With the correct application of the product, after 10-15 days the plant will form a new growth bud if a “bare” section of the shoot was treated or if it forms a new shoot or peduncle while processing an existing bud. If we talk about orchids, then only this tool gives one hundred percent confidence that the “offspring” will be formed. Orchids need a well-drained medium for optimal growth. Waterlogged conditions can lead to root rot. Once you’ve potted the orchid part, please place it in a location with bright, indirect light and high humidity. Monitor the plant carefully for signs of growth or issues like rot or wilt. With time, patience, and proper care, your cloned orchid will soon see new growth. Basically, instead of applying orchid cloning paste to the orchid node while the flower spike is still attached to the orchid, you will cut the flower spike off first. So there you go, dear orchid friends, that’s what KEIKI PASTE is! If you decide to use it, then I wish you success with getting keikis! It is an interesting process to see unfold before your eyes if nothing else.

For a long time, the flower was forced to exist in an unsuitable microclimate or suffered from improper care and is now in a critical condition. Dip the ends of each cut section into ground cinnamon powder. This will seal off the ends and prevent infection.It will take about 1 to 2 months for the newly planted sections with the pseudobulbs to grow. Continue to care for and nurture the new orchid plants as you would with your other orchids. Make sure that you have adequate humidity, light, airflow and water for your new orchids. If all goes well, these new plants should grow enough to be able to flower the following year. It’s good to remember that keikis are the exact same copy of the mother plant. So only clone the ones you want doubles of! Otherwise, you’ll end up with too many of the same. 😉 FINAL WORDS

Just Add Ice Orchids http://www.justaddiceorchids.com/Just-Add-Ice-Orchid-Blog/bid/87553/From-Little-Keikis-Beautiful-Orchids-Grow

Instructions:

Little plantlets on orchids or Keikis can either grow naturally, or the product can be induced by using plant hormones found in cloning pastes.

The best time to use Keiki paste is just before the end of the rest period. Most orchids come out of hibernation in late February or early March.

2. Prep the node

Add a little bit (a drop) of rooting hormone (namely “auxins”), in the form of kelp or seaweed extract, to the moss or cotton ball to trigger root growth. Do not use keiki paste (see the next section for explanation). But I couldn’t produce a new growth point out of nowhere or revive a very old sleeping node either. Place the rootless keiki or parent sitting on a bed of moist sphagnum moss to provide moisture around the base of the orchid. Monitor closely the moisture level of the moss so that it is constantly moist (not overly damp). It takes literally ages for a keiki to grow roots and it will only do so after developing enough leaves. It can safely separate from the parent only when it has developed 3 inches of roots and a couple of leaves. You can make it grow faster by wrapping some moist moss with root hormone around the base of the keiki. But other than that, patience is the best policy. If no Keiki appears after a few months, you can try applying the cloning paste again. 5. Make a Cut When the Time Is Right



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