|Naphthalene Acetic Acid can significantly increase the number, length and dry weight of root hairs. Napthalene Acetic Acid can also induce early flowering. It is mainly use to reduce the premature flower & fruit drop in Cotton, Chillies, Tomato, Mango etc.||
Alfa Napthyl Acetic Acid NAA
Incorporation of emulsifier with solution is used fully. NAA 98% technical grade powder is soluble in Ethanol, Methenol and Aceton, but not soluble in water. It is most economical plant growth regulator.
Dose :10 ppm = 1ml /lt of 1% formulation /per lt spray solution or 1ml per gallon (4,5lt)of 4.5% formulation
Computability : NAA solution is compatible with commonly used pesticide.
Indole Acetic Acid
Indole Acetic Acid (IAA) is an auxin plant hormone and it is the most active auxin. Indole acetic acid (IAA) stimulates the growth of the main stem (apical dominance). Indole acetic acid is also involved in helping cuttings generate new roots.
Indole Butyric Acid-IBA
Indole Butyric Acid is the leading plant hormone used to promote the formation of roots in plants and to generate new roots in the cloning of plants through cuttings.
Dose : 250 PPM Dipping solution. Powder to treat cutting is also available.
High molecular weight primary aliphatic alcohols obtained from natural products. Triacontanol is a plant growth stimulator, also known as melissyl alcohol Triacontanol is a naturally occurring plant hormone that acts as a growth promoter. Triacontanol raises plant yield by improving photosynthesis and cell division.
Triacontanol research, does indicate that one of triacontanol's action is in improving photosynthesis. Since light is a primary source of nutrition the benefits of using triacontanol are obvious. It will also increase cell division
It was first discovered in plants in the 1930's. It's importance in plant growth and health was identified from this discovery.
Triacontanol powder is a wax-like flake that must be dissolved into a liquid. The best method of turning the Triacontanol powder into liquid is by using a Polysorbate 20.
Concentration: Central Insecticide Board ( CIB) has approved on three concentrations:
1ml/lt =1ppm hence 2-5 ml formulated product is needed to have good result. Spray of Triacontanol is usually applied as a foliar spray and the biggest variable is what concentration to use ppm 1-5 is used. One published recommendation has been to spray a 1 to 2 PPM triacontanol solution at two different times. The first is 15 days after transplanting the plant and the second time when the plant is at full bloom. Another study tested triacontanol concentrations of 10 PPM and 15 PPM. It concluded that triacontanol improved flower initiation, pod setting and retention of flowers. It also reduced fruit drop. A study on a variety of rice concluded that a foliar spray of 2PM at 25 and 65 days after transplant greatly improved crop yield.