- Mar 21, 2018 -
Indole Butyric Acid Potassium Salt can promote fruit-setting and parthenocarpy for tomato, pepper, cucumber, fig, strawberry, black tree mold, eggplant and so on. Dipping or spray flower with a concentration of about 250mg/L. Due to the high cost of using a single IBA-K, it is currently used in compounding formulation.
The main purpose is to promote the early rooting and multi-rooting of various plant cutting roots and some transplanted crops.
Common usage methods and usage
The types that are easy to take root use lower concentrations, and the ones that are not easy to take root use slightly higher concentrations. Generally use 50-300mg/L to immerse cutting base, and the immersing time is about 8-24h. Higher concentration, shorter soaking time.
Fast immersion method
indole butyric acid potassium salt is 500-1000mg/L, dip the cutting base for 5-7 seconds.
Dipping Powder method
Dissolve IBA-k into appropriate amount of ethanol, containing active ingredient 1000-5000mg / L. Then put talc or clay in the solution, The ethanol volatilizes to get the powder formulation and the dose is 0.1-0.3%.
When using, wet the cutting base firstly, then dip with some powder or spray it with powder. Before dip the powder, the base must be soaked with water and shake off excess powder after dip.
We also have the detailed use information for different plants, crops, trees.
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