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Cloning gel and edible plants
Thank you for answering this question. I went ahead and ordered Olivia’s cloning gel after speaking to one of your people on the phone today. He went out of his way to read the ingredients on the label, and it sounded safe enough to go ahead and give it a try. It is intimidating when right on the label they stay not safe for edible plants; I wasn’t sure if there is any real reason, if the ingredients have even been tested, but want to be an organic grower. The other aspect is that once the plant is fully mature, would there even be any residues of this material in the plant itself?
Anyway, thank you for your attention to this matter.
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