They are one of the world’s most widely known and cultivated species – especially for cut flowers. Roses are generally easy to propagate, especially when the growing media is right. Propagation from cuttings is the simplest method, but graft propagation is usually preferred by professional growers.
Jiffy solutions for propagation and production
Roses need a clean and stable media to thrive. Jiffy Pellets and Growbags are the perfect choice. Jiffy-7 Pellets are our bestsellers here. We recommend our 42 x 75 mm size, as it gives plants the right caliber and root length during the nursery stage. For the production stage, Jiffy Growbags and their treated coir substrate guarantee high yields and healthy plants every cycle.
Light, temperature and CO2 levels are other key factors for successful cultivation. Roses do best in open and sunny places. The soil should be rich in humus, well-drained but with enough humidity. Avoid planting them in soil in which roses have been previously cultivated. This may be infected with various diseases to which the plants are prone.