top of page
EazyPlug Plugs-12 Plug Tray

EazyPlug Plugs-12 Plug Tray


EazyPlug: 100% success rate
EazyPlug has, with its organic materials and our special way of bonding, a predetermined pH and EC value and a fixed air-to-water ratio. The EazyPlug is very easy to use. Just make sure that the plug always can drain the excess water and you cannot overwater it. Because the growing conditions are always optimal, the EazyPlug creates a very fast and powerful rooting and germination.


Germinating seeds
Fully moisten the plug and put your seed in the seed hole. Put a thin layer of Eazy Mixx top-layer soil (arriving next year) or Promix on top of the plug and spray thoroughly with water. Make sure the plug can drain excess water and put it away in a humid and warm environment. Then wait to see the miracle happening. It is that simple!

Strike cuttings
Fully moisten the plug and put your cutting all the way into the cutting hole. Make sure the EazyPlug can drain excess water and put it away in a humid and warm environment. No rooting gel or powder is necessary.

Easy to transplant
The Eazy Plug will always remain firmly bonded together as a whole. This minimizes the risk on root damage during sorting, transplanting or replanting, thus preventing the plant from diseases.

Limitless shelf life
The Eazy Plug is supplied dried, making it clean and lightweight, with limitless shelf life and no risk of molds. It takes water back up very easily and quickly, retaining all of its former characteristics.

Eazy Plug Characteristics
Model : square plug
Air-to-water ratio : 20-80
Size : 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.0 cm
EC : 1.0 *
pH : 5.8 *
Volume : 0.035 L
Weight dried : 3 gr

• Self regulating
• Easy to control
• Air pruning for substantial enlargement hair root mass
• Suitable for gradual drier cultivation

With all known growing media, like Rock Wool, coir pith, black and white
peat, garden soil, potting soil, soil-less mixes, bark fines and wood
mulch, sand and grit, wood fibers, perlite, pumice, clay and

In hydroponic systems like eb&flow, drip-feed (recovery and nonrecovery),
nutrient film technique, wicksystems, floating platforms,
deep water culture, aquaponic systems, dry hydroponics
soil (indoor and outdoor)

Re-moistening time when completely dehydrated
Pouring from above < 10 seconds
Immerge < 10 seconds
Drip-feed – depends on the ratio
Watering from below < 45 seconds

100% in normal composting conditions, no industrial composting
Declared: bonding of components has no discernible effect on

Declared: material meets safety requirements of REACH.

Declared: non-toxic.

Denature after cultivation
Plug contains cutting stem and callus and can, in potency, contain a
regenerative capacity and needs to be denatured by either a strong
acid or base, concentrated inorganic salts, organic solvents (alcohol
or chloroform), radiation or heat.

EazyPlug Video

How to strike cuttings with Eazy Plug
Step 1: Moisten the Eazy Plug
Allow the Eazy Plugs to fully suck up water with a pH of 5.8.
Let it drain out excess water. Do not squeeze out or dry the plugs. Eazy Plugs are self-regulating and will only hold the water they need for an optimum moisture level and an optimum air-to-water ratio. The plug will feel much heavier than Rock-Wool, but that’s normal.

Step 2: Take cutting 
For a more detailed explanation of taking cuttings click here.
Cut diagonally at a 45 degree angle just below a node or stem swelling, making sure to keep at least 3 nodes above your intersection.
Remove all but a couple of leaves. Scrape a little of the outer layer at the bottom of the cutting, but not all around. Cut off ⅓ of the top of remaining big leaves.

Step 3: Root stimulator
If you want to make use of a rooting powder (for example Rhizopon), dip the base of your fresh cut cutting into the rooting powder.

Step 4: Insertion in Eazy Plug
Insert the cutting into the Eazy Plug cutting hole. Make sure to insert it deeply enough, completely to the bottom of the cutting hole.

Step 5: Put into propagator
Put the tray with Eazy Plug into a propagator.
Close the lid of the propagator and shut any present air vents to keep the humidity inside the system.

Step 6: Remoistening and fresh air
Only remoisten the Eazy Plug after 3 days and keep on doing that every 3 days until the first appearance of roots.
Briefly open the propagator every day for a little fresh air.
Open the air vents slightly at the earliest after 4-5 days. Humidity should remain above 80%, as too much loss of humidity can seriously effect your success rate.

Step 7: Assure drainage of excess water
Make sure Eazy Plug is able to drain excess water at all times, so it can always self-regulate the correct amount of moisture. Never let the bottom of the Eazy Plug touch water, as the moisture absorption of Eazy Plug is exceptionally good and the Eazy Plug will quickly become too wet, which will have a negative effect on the rate of success.

Step 8: Open air vents
After the first roots have developed, you can gradually open the air vents further in order to acclimate the cutting to a less humid environment.

Step 9: Transplant
In 7-9 days from start your cutting should have grown its roots throughout the Eazy Plug and it is time to transplant them.

Conditions for developing roots:
1. Temperature: The optimum soil temperature for striking roots is 22º Celsius. Above 23º Celsius, you must consider a rise in failure rate.
2. RH (humidity): RH of 80-95% is perfect. As the cutting needs its energy for striking roots, the moisture level of leaves and stem should remain intact.
3. Light: In the first few days the cutting will form callus, from which the roots will start to grow. In this phase the cutting only needs tempered light with a broad spectrum (regular assimilation light). After the development of roots the amount of light can be gradually increased.

bottom of page