The Characteristics Of Indole Butyric Acid

- Jul 30, 2017 -

Indole butyric acid can be absorbed by the roots, stems, leaves and fruits of plants, but the mobility is very small, which is not easily decomposed by indole acetic acid oxidase, and the biological activity lasts longer. Its physiological role similar to endogenous auxin, stimulate cell division and tissue differentiation, is conducive to the formation of new root and vascular bundle system differentiation, induced single-seeded, the formation of seedless fruit; induced adventitious roots, promote the formation of root shoots, adventitious root formation Wait.


Indole butyric acid to promote plant hair root effect is better than indole acetic acid, and the nature of more stable, easy to conduct in the body, only stay in the treatment site, the use of safer. Indole butyric acid has a strong effect on the rooting of the cuttings, but it is preferably long and thin, preferably mixed with naphthalene acetic acid.

It is endogenous auxin, can promote cell division and cell growth, induced formation of adventitious roots, increase fruit, to prevent fruit drop, change the female, male flower ratio. Can be through the leaves, branches of the tender skin, seeds into the plant body, with the nutrient flow to the work of the site.


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