ãCloning Collar Sizeã: 2" x 3/4" (4.8cm x 1.9cm), suitable for all Hydroponic, Aeroponic DIY cloners and clone systems that use a 2" net pots cups
ãHigh-quality Materialsã: Made of high-quality sponges, the garden clone collars are soft, durable and breathable, reusable and waterproof, ensuring the safety of plants.
ãAdvanced 8 Spoke DesignãGarden clone collars features 8 clever slits and 1 hole to cushion tender cuttings, which allow you hold many small cuttings in a single clone collar; 2" clone collars is ideal for commercial cloning machine or DIY cloner, helping you increase production with less work.
ãWidely Usageã2inch garden clone collars supports and keeps the plant cuttings upright and stable, ideal for Hydroponic Plant Germination in DIY cloners and clone machines. Suitable for flower seed nursery/vegetable seed nursery/concentrated nursery is easy to manage/easy to move and transport/removal does not hurt the root, fast growth / Seedling neat, consistent growth.
Garden clone collars, used as substitutes or for new projects.
It is guaranteed to be used in all well-known brands and general hydroponic and aviation cloning machines that use 2-inch cloning collars.
For plant cutting rooting germination kit.
Specification: Name: Garden Clone Collars Function: used for seed germination, hydroponic plant planting, hydroponic vegetable planting cotton Material: EVA Rubber Size: 48mm x 19mm
Package Contents: 60 x Planting sponge
Note: Light shooting and different displays may cause the color of the item in the picture a little different from the real thing. The measurement allowed error is +/- 1-3cm.
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