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10 Gram Sized -Complete Inventory- PGR Kits (over 9 chemicals)

$80.00$700.00

NOTICE: Several new PGR’s, tools & supplies for our universe of PGR kit-type stuff are on the way. Until it all comes in, and we can adjust to this sea-change ourselves, the Combo Kits will have to remain at the legacy specs & pricing below.

Unlock the full spectrum of PGR dictations & experimentations with 1 Gram packets of every PGR chem currently in-stock, along with helpful tools & secondary chems. Check the current listings for the products specs that will ship.

Current kits ship with:
6-Benzylaminopurine (6BA) (10 Grams)
Brassinolide (BL) (10 Grams)
6-Furfurylaminopurine (Kinetin) (10 Grams)
Gibberellic Acid (GA3) (10 Grams)
Indole-3-Acetic Acid (IAA) (10 Grams)
Indole-3-Butyric Acid (IBA) (10 Grams)
Naphthalene Acetic Acid (NAA) (10 Grams)
Salicylic Acid (SA) (10 Grams)
Sodium Nitrophenolate (Atonik) (10 Grams)

Extras:
Fulvic Acid (35 Grams)
Sodium Hydroxide (Lye) (25 Grams)
HDPE Plastic Bottle [4 oz. / 125ml] (3 each kit)
HDPE Plastic Spray Pump Bottle [.5 oz. / 15ml] (1 each kit)
Plastic 1/32 teaspoon Measuring Scoop Spoons (5 each kit)
Plastic Chemical Mixing Spatula (5 each kit)
Plastic Transfer Pipettes [1ml] (5 each kit)

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Free Fulvic Acid Offer Addendum:
As this include Fulvic Acid, your order wont ship with free Fulvic Acid unless your order has other standalone PGR’s included which offer that deal.

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Product Description

We work extra hard to provide you with precise specifications and broad usage data. New PPM tables are generated for each batch of each chem. This is important because the weight per (scoop) volume and and exact purity differs between every batch. All chemicals have the scoop weight & purity printed on the labels. The printed scoop weight is based on the white scoop size (1/32 tsp.). As an exclusive service, buyers may request custom range PPM tables. Due to the lengths and ongoing growth of the chem guide's, printed instructions aren't generally included.

INCLUDED IN EVERY PGR ORDER: One mini white measure scooping spoon and one mini chemical mixing spatula.

CURRENT PGR SPECIALS: -U.S. PGR orders ship free via First Class by entering coupon code "PGR", or if you pay the standard shipping it will ship via Priority Mail. -All PGR orders over $25 get another random free 1 gram PGR sample.

Unlock Full Throttle Growth Boosting!
All plants regulate their growth, development, and behavior by Plant Growth Regulator (PGR) Hormones, which in most cases move through the plant from one part to another. Fertilizer provides fuel for plants to grow, but doesn't force them to do so. Hormonal signaling dictates the the plant to do so, and the fertilizer is like the 'gasoline' fuel (energy) to carry out such signaling.Think of it as fertilizer is the fuel, where hormones are the gas pedal (or brake pedal) of various plant growth characteristics.

By treating plants with PGR's you can not only alter the ways they grow, you can boost their growth at the same time. The reason is because it requires plant energy to synthecize these signaling phytohormone chemicals. This requires energies that during treatment spares the plants from needing to 'waste', meaning more of the energies the plants have access to are spent on the actual growth that the PGR's are signalling the plants to do.

BENZYLAMINOPURINE:

Auxin Activated:
Auxin is the PGR hormone produced by the plant that governs all growing activity within the plant.
Cytokinins act in concert with auxin and act either synergistically or antagonistically to control several significant developmental processes, such as the formation and maintenance of meristem. The ratio of auxin to cytokinin plays an important role in the effect of cytokinin on plant growth. More cytokinin induces growth of shoot buds, while more auxin induces root formation. [Cytokinin alone has no effect on parenchyma cells. When cultured with auxin but no cytokinin, they grow large but do not divide. When cytokinin is added, the cells expand and differentiate. When cytokinin and auxin are present in equal levels, the parenchyma cells form an undifferentiated callus.] The rooting auxins (IBA & NAA) can ‘destroy’ certain plant types if applied via foliar spraying. Indole Acetic Acid (IAA) is the best auxin for use in cytokinin activation, and can be safely sprayed onto plants in this context.
Read more about Auxin:Cytokinin Ratios: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Benzylaminopurine Data Links:
EPA - Google - MSDS - PubChem - PubMed - ToxNet - Wikipedia

How To Dissolve 6-Benzylaminopurine:

BEST DISSOLVED WITH SODIUM HYDROXIDE.

Dissolving Benzylaminopurine With NAOH (Lye):
WARNING: Caustic Soda is highly corrosive (pH: 14). It’s the most common active ingredient in common liquid drain cleaner solutions. MSB offers it in dry powdery form and it readily dissolves in water. Follow all safety guidelines when working with this substance.

Simply mix the 2 ingredients in a glass mixing container. Allow 30-60 minutes for the 6BA to dissolve, and as needed slowly add in more Lye until the 6BA dissolves completely. Now mix with water as desired. It’s recommended that you test the pH of your solution in case it might be unbalanced for your intended uses.

Dissolving Benzylaminopurine With Alcohol:
6BA can be dissolved in high purity Isopropanol (Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol), and a few drops of baby shampoo, in a suitable container and then heating it to about 140°F (110-150°F). Heating above 170°F will cause the alcohol to rapidly evaporate. Some have reported that 70% Isopropanol is more effective than even 99% methanol alcohol.

Dissolving Using Lanolin Paste:
The following is a description of 6BA Lanolin Paste used to cause extreme San Pedro cactus “branching” (which basically never occurs, and surely not like this):
“Mix 2% BAP Powder to 98% Lanolin over a gentle heat to form a gel. To mix the two, measure your amounts out and first put the lanolin into a thin glass cup held at an angle, then sprinkle the appropriate amount of BAP onto the lanolin and swirl with a toothpick (to mix it well). Then take a lighter and hold the flame to the glass under the gel in a ‘back and forth’ type of motion, you want to warm it so it mixes up better but not cook it or melt it. I would describe it as *gently* heating. After that, just dip a toothpick/thumbtack into the gel and scratch it into an areole in a visible amount and expect a branch within 1-6 weeks. Quickest results will be obtained when applying the BAP to new, soft growth as opposed to old corky growth.”
-Source Photo (must see)

How To Dilute & Mix 6-Benzylaminopurine:

Diluting Benzylaminopurine:
IMPORTANT: When mixing Benzylaminopurine with water do not pour the water into the Benzylaminopurine. Instead pour the 6BA into the water while slowly while mixing it. Your solution concentation will depend on what Parts-Per-Million (PPM) you intend use. As with all PGR’s, please take a look at the research and information that is available. The easiest way to do this is, in your favorite search engine enter “PGR name” “intended plant”. Additional modifiers such as “PPM” or “rooting” may help. Discussion forums often contain advanced details of specific results.

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Benzylaminopurine (6BA) Dilution Table – Mass Spectrum Botanicals

How To Use 6-Benzylaminopurine:

Example Uses:
150 to 300 PPM: increase in flower size.
300 to 400 PPM: stem elongation was reduced.
1000 to 3000 PPM: will cause plant to branch out.

To force flowering in Ginseng (Panax ginseng): 1PPM 6BA + 1PPM GA3.1

Auxin Activated:
Auxin is the PGR hormone produced by the plant that governs all growing activity within the plant. Cytokinins act in concert with auxin and act either synergistically or antagonistically to control several significant developmental processes, such as the formation and maintenance of meristem. The ratio of auxin to cytokinin plays an important role in the effect of cytokinin on plant growth. More cytokinin induces growth of shoot buds, while more auxin induces root formation. [Cytokinin alone has no effect on parenchyma cells. When cultured with auxin but no cytokinin, they grow large but do not divide. When cytokinin is added, the cells expand and differentiate. When cytokinin and auxin are present in equal levels, the parenchyma cells form an undifferentiated callus.] The rooting auxins (IBA & NAA) can ‘destroy’ via mutant certain plant types if applied to the entire plant via foliar spraying. Indole Acetic Acid (IAA) is the best auxin for use in cytokinin activation, and can be safely sprayed onto plants in this context.
Read more about Auxin:Cytokinin Ratios: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Foliar Spray Application:
Simply pour it (and any other intended chems) into a spray bottle and the spray the plant(s) until the solution is dripping from the plant.

Plant Tissue Culture:
Stock solution of BAP: 1,000 ppm
1. Weigh 0. 2 g BAP and dissolve well with some drops of NaOH 1N.
Add 200 ml distilled water.
2. Keep in a conveniently labeled vial at 0°C.
BAP may be sterilized together with the culture medium; however, the loss of some activity is also possible.
One ml of stock solution (1,000 ppm) contains 1 mg of BAP

BRASSINOLIDE:

Brassinolide Data Links:
EPA
GoogleMSDS - PubChem - PubMed - ToxNetWikipedia

Effects of Brassinosteroids:
>Promotion of cell expansion and cell elongation; works with auxin to do so, which helps the plants bend towards light.
>It has an unclear role in cell division and cell wall regeneration.
>Promotion of vascular differentiation; BR signal transduction has been studied during vascular differentiation.
>Is necessary for pollen elongation for pollen tube formation.
>Acceleration of senescence in dying tissue cultured cells;
delayed senescence in BR mutants supports that this action may be biologically relevant.
>Can provide some protection to plants during chilling and drought stress.
>Helps plant resist salinity (salt) damage.
>Helps plants with their chemical responses to disease. 1
>Helps plant strengthen their roots, and helps those roots endure flooding conditions. 1 2 3
>Enhances seed germination. 1 2 3 4
>Essential for growth (i.e. plants that cannot generate their own brassinolide will become dwarf plants). 1 2
>Increased frost resistance in seedlings. 1
>Helps reverse or prevent the alterations of plants exposed to microgravity and zero-gravity. 1
>Helps control overall developmental programs leading to morphogenesis. 1
NOTE: Responses will vary depending on the type of cytokinin, methods & amounts used, and the plant species involved.

Dissolves in water.

Application:
Can be applied via foliar spray or through the root system.

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Mass Spectrum Botanicals

Example Uses:
0.2 PPM – Jalapenos
0.3 PPM – Rice (foliar spray) [improved grain production]
0.1 PPM – Cannabis (Medical Marijuana)
0.1 PPM – Millet (foliar spray) [improved grain production]
0
.1 PPM – Greengram (foliar spray) [for flooding stress]
0.5 PPM – Peanut (foliar spray) [increased pod production]
0.1 PPM – Cotton (foliar spray) [increased fiber production] 1
0.1 PPM – Corn (foliar spray) [increased yield]

6-FURFURYLAMINOPURINE:

Auxin Activated:
Auxin is the PGR hormone produced by the plant that governs all growing activity within the plant.
Cytokinins act in concert with auxin and act either synergistically or antagonistically to control several significant developmental processes, such as the formation and maintenance of meristem. The ratio of auxin to cytokinin plays an important role in the effect of cytokinin on plant growth. More cytokinin induces growth of shoot buds, while more auxin induces root formation. [Cytokinin alone has no effect on parenchyma cells. When cultured with auxin but no cytokinin, they grow large but do not divide. When cytokinin is added, the cells expand and differentiate. When cytokinin and auxin are present in equal levels, the parenchyma cells form an undifferentiated callus.] The rooting auxins (IBA & NAA) can ‘destroy’ certain plant types if applied via foliar spraying. Indole Acetic Acid (IAA) is the best auxin for use in cytokinin activation, and can be safely sprayed onto plants in this context.
Read more about Auxin:Cytokinin Ratios: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Kinetin / Kinerase Data Links:
Drugs
EPAGoogleMSDSPubChemPubMedToxNetWikipedia

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BEST DISSOLVED WITH SODIUM HYDROXIDE.

GIBBERELLIC ACID (GA3):

NOTE: Treating entire plants with Gibberellic Acid (GA3) can be dangerous, especially via foliar application, and especially during vegetative growth phases. There are safe dose ranges for virtually plants, but overdosing can also eventually cause extreme plant tissue stretching. This can be as extreme as the plant literally falling over under it’s own weight. Mixing gibberellins with both auxins (IAA) and cytokinins (6BA) gives the treatment a synergizing balance and can exceed these limitations (i.e. a hardy ‘stretched out’ plant that is dense and full).

Gibberellic Acid Data Links:
EPAFDAGoogleMSDS - PubChemPubMed - Wikipedia

How To Dissolve Gibberellic Acid (GA3):

Dissolving Gibberellic Acid (GA3) With Only Water: 
Chemically speaking, GA3 is perfectly dissolvable in only water, but in practice it isn’t always readily so. In small batch, pre-dilution size test examples results will certainly vary for the lesser. However, especially with good grade product, putting your GA3 directly into the full intended diluted volume of water, and leaving to sit overnight, it should be consider perfectly feasible to achieve. On short order, gradually heat can be expected to increase the dissolution rate.

Dissolving Gibberellic Acid (GA3) With Alcohol:
GA3 is best dissolved in high purity Isopropanol (Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol). You can expect quite immediate results via this method, although heat will certainly expediate results.

Dissolving Gibberellic Acid (GA3) With Sodium Bicarbonate (Baking Soda):
NOTE: Gibberellin A3 will dissolve using Baking Soda, however issues of the base neutralizing and therefore degrading the potency of the (gibberellic) acid are of major concern. Especially considering this method isn’t necessary. This same issue should be considered when suspending GA3 with other PGR’s into liquid solutions, particularly in terms of mixes that aren’t going to be used in short term. In this vein, diluting several PGR’s at the same time into a large volume of water should bear no immediate effect, however the smaller the volume and longer the time together should increase such concerns.  METHOD: A ratio of one scoop of GA3 with two scoops of baking soda (2:1), dissolved via mixing into one teaspoon of water. This mix is then diluted into 2 cups of water to produce (very) roughly a 180 PPM solution which would result in a pH of approximately 8.4.

How to Dilute & Mix Gibberellic Acid (GA3):

Plant Tissue Culture Stock Solution Example:
Stock solution of Gibberellic Acid (GA3): 1,000 PPM 1. Weigh 0.2g of gibberellic acid and dissolve well with some alcohol drops. Add 200 ml of distilled water. 2. Keep in a conveniently labeled vial at 0°C. The gibberellic acid may be sterilized together with the culture medium: however, the loss of some activity is also possible. One ml of concentrate solution (1,000 ppm) contains 1 ml of gibberellic acid.

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How To Use Gibberellic Acid (GA3):
-Check main product page for updates in this section-

Using Gibberellic Acid To Germinate -Tiny- Seeds:
Many seeds are hopelessly too small to dunk or soak in solution (MSB offers several seeds roughly the size of ‘dust’). Prepare your petri dish or pot with ideal soil media and sprinkle your tiny seeds as expected. Now fill your mini mister spray bottle with desired PPM solution and mist the seeds until wet. Now let sit, or agitate or cover over the seeds (depends on the species you’re working with).

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Using Gibberellic Acid To Germinate Coffee Seeds:
GA3 us the most effective PGR for sprouting coffee seeds1. Mix up a 250 PPM Gibberellic Acid plus Fulvic Acid solution in your chosen container. Ensure the liquid is well above the height the seeds will fill once they’re inserted. Insert the seeds and let sit about 4-6 hours. The seeds will swell up to about twice the size above their initial level. As the little root buds form pluck them out with your plastic forceps and plant as usual. This method can easily save several days of germination time.

Using Gibberellic Acid To Produce ‘Feminized Seeds’:
Simply mix up a 100 PPM GA3 solution and spray the target branches of the plant(s) daily for 10 days during flowering to induce male flower formation. Keep this solution refrigerated.

INDOLE ACETIC ACID (IAA):

IAA Data Links:
FDAGoogleMSDSPubChemPubMedToxNetWikipedia

How To Dissolve Indole Acetic Acid (IAA):

Dissolving With Alcohol:
IAA wont dissolve in water, but dissolves easily in Isopropanol (Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol). High purity alcohol (90%+) is recommended. If one drug store doesn’t have it in stock, the next one should. No heating is required. Just stir with a mini plastic spatula and let sit for 30 minutes or so. Add more alcohol as needed.

How To Dilute & Mix Indole Acetic Acid (IAA):

Diluting Indole-3-Acetic Acid:
As a general PGR dilution rule, pour the dissolved IAA liquid into water; do not add water to the IAA/alcohol solution.

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How To Use Indole-3-Acetic Acid:

Using Indole Acetic Acid To Root Cuttings:
Bamboo 1: 100 PPM (Improves Rooting & Sprouting)
Camellia luteoflora 1: 300 PPM for 1.5 Hours (Improves Rooting)
Capparis ovata 1: 500 PPM for 12 Hours (Improves Rooting) [Same specs as NAA]

INDOLE BUTYRIC ACID:

IBA Data Links:
EPA - Google - MSDS - PubChem - PubMed - ToxNet - Wikipedia

How To Dissolve Indole Butyric Acid:

Dissolving Using Isopropanol:
Indole Butyric Acid readily dissolves with Isopropanol (Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol). Using 70% will work dissolve IBA just fine, but the with the lower the Isopropanol purity, the lower the upper limits in usefulness… When using Isopropanol, at roughly 500 PPM, when diluting into water some of the IBA will turn back into crystals. To counter this, soaking your subjects for longer durations should typically achieve the same results. Also, high PPM dissolved alcohol solution can be brushed directly onto plant materials.

Dissolving Using Methanol:
High purity methanol will dissolve IBA just the same, but it reduces the upper limits above by allowing the creation of solutions more in the 1000PPM range.

Dissolving Using Ammonia:
One scoop of IBA can be dissolved in less than half a spoon full of ammonia.

Dissolving Using Lanolin Paste:
Oil or grease bases, such as Lanolin paste, are made by stirring the growth substance into the molten lanolin and then allowing it to cool. To make a 5,000 PPM paste, dissolve1 gram of IBA into 200g of lanolin and thoroughly mix.

How to Dilute & Mix Indole Butyric Acid:

Diluting Indole Butyric Acid In Water:
Slowly pour the dissolved IBA into your water solution ‘broth’, not the other way around. You should stir the water at the same time, or simply ‘rock’ the water vessel once to create a back and forth ‘wave’ that should last until you’re done pouring.

Turning Pure Indole Butyric Acid Into Rooting ‘Compound Powder’:
To make a 10,000 PPM ‘rooting compound’ dissolve 1 g of the substance in 40 ml of alcohol, and stir into 100g of talc to form a smooth paste and then continue to stir the paste until it dries into a fine dry powder.

Turning Pure Indole Butyric Acid Into ‘Rooting Gel’:
One commercial gel product (Clonex) contains .3% IBA, 1.2% 2.hydroxyethyl cellulose (as the viscosifier), and 98% water (to achieve a 3000PPM product). Gelatin should work theoretically, but being animal based spoilage and bacterial infestation are a major concern. It’s worth noting that KY Jelly has used hydroxyethyl cellulose as its main ingredient, as well as nonoxynol-9. Currently, it uses methyl cellulose with carboxymethyl cellulose as a secondary ingredient. Any of these products should work. Glycerine can be used, potentially, but as in KY NG antiseptic and preservative additives such as chlorhexidine gluconate, glucono delta-lactone, methylparaben and sodium hydroxide should be considered.

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How To Use Indole-3-Butyric Acid (IBA):

Example Uses:
Apple 1: 3,000 PPM
Cannabis: 100-300 PPM
Citrus 1: 1,000 PPM
Grape 1: 500-1,000 PPM
Orchids 1: 40-80 PPM
Pomegranate 1: 50 PPM
Rice 1: 25 PPM (root soak) [increased root-set broadcast planting]

Commercial Mix Examples:
Product: Active Ingredients
Chloromone: 500 PPM/0.05% IBA 50 PPM/0.005% NAA
Clonex Rooting Hormone Gel: 3000 PPM/0.3% IBA
Dip ‘N Grow: 10,000 PPM/1% IBA 5,000 PPM/0.5% NAA boron
GRO-Root: 5,000 PPM/0.5 IBA 2,500 PPM/0.25% NAA
Hormodin #1: 1000 PPM/0.1% IBA
Hormodin #2: 3000 PPM/0.3% IBA
Hormodin #3: 8000 PPM/0.8% IBA
Jiffy-Grow: 500 PPM/0.05% IBA 50 PPM/0.005% NAA
Rhizopon AA #1: 1000 PPM/ 0.1% IBA
Rhizopon AA #2: 3000 PPM/0.3% IBA
Rhizopon AA #3: 8000 PPM/0.8% IBA
Rootmax: 3000 PPM/0.3% IBA
Stim-Root #1: 1000 PPM/0.1% IBA
Stim-Root #2: 4000 PPM/0.4% IBA
Woods Rooting Compound: 10,000 PPM/1% IBA 5,000 PPM/0.5% NAA

Basal Dry Dip Method:
Rates: 0.1% IBA up to 0.8% IBA. The basal end of the cuttings are dipped approximately one inch in to the dry powder. The cuttings are then stuck into media. After, cuttings are maintained under appropriate environmental control until roots are formed.
Soft / Annual Cuttings: 80-200 PPM
Herbaceous Cuttings: 150-500 PPM
Stubborn Perennials / Softwood Cuttings: 500-1,500 PPM
Hardwood Cuttings: 500-2,000 PPM
Stubborn Hardwoods: 5000-10,000 PPM

Foliar Total Immerse Method:
Rates: up to 1500 ppm IBA. The basal end of the cuttings are dipped approximately one inch in to the solution. The cuttings are then stuck into media. After, cuttings are maintained under appropriate environmental control until roots are formed.
Soft / Annual Cuttings: 80-250 PPM
Herbaceous Cuttings: 250-1,500 PPM
Woody Cuttings: 350-1,500 PPM

Foliar Spray Drip Down Method:
Rates: up to 1500 ppm IBA. The cuttings are stuck into media. The solution is spot sprayed onto the leaves until droplets form. After, cuttings are maintained under appropriate environmental control until roots are formed.
Soft/Annual Cuttings: 80-250 PPM
Herbaceous Cuttings: 250-1,500 PPM
Woody Cuttings: 350-1,500 PPM

Basal Quick Dip Method:
Rates: up to 2500 ppm IBA. The basal end of the cuttings are dipped approximately one inch in to the solution about five seconds. The cuttings are then stuck into media. After, cuttings are maintained under appropriate environmental control until roots are formed.
Soft/Annual Cuttings: 80-250 PPM
Herbaceous Cuttings: 250-1,500 PPM
Woody Cuttings: 350-1,500 PPM

Basal Long Soak Method:
Rates: up to 300 ppm IBA. This method is for difficult to root materials. The basal end of the cuttings are dipped approximately one inch in to the solution, about 12-24 hours. The cuttings are then stuck into media. After, cuttings are maintained under appropriate environmental control until roots are formed.
Annual, Herbaceous & Perennial Cuttings: 25-100 PPM
Softwood & Hardwood Cuttings: 50-300 PPM

MSB’s All Purpose Bulb & Plant-Root-Ball Dunk-Bucket ‘Full Spectrum Rooting Mix’:
On the grounds here, in 4 gallons of rain water inside a 5 gallon square bucket, a teaspoonful each of “Myco Madness” (mycorrhizal fungi), Humic Acid & Fulvic Acid along with the PGR’s Brassinolide, Indole Butryic Acid (IBA) & Naphthalene Acetic Acid (NAA). The IBA & NAA have to be dissolved in alcohol, while the others are dumped right into the bucket of water. This mix is kept out in the work area at all times. At nearly every step of handling root crop bulb type specimens, and live plants, roots get dunked into this solution. Rooting hormone gel and rooting hormone compound powder products, which cost vastly more than the prices offered here, cannot offer such wide ranging readily absorb-able uses (i.e. before transplanting, entire rootballs can be dunked and then planted).

NAPHTHALENEACETIC ACID (NAA):

1-Naphthaleneacetic Acid (NAA)  Data Links:
EPAFDAGoogleMSDS - PubChemPubMed - Wikipedia

How To Dissolve 1-Naphthaleneacetic Acid:

Dissolving Using Isopropanol:
Naphthalene Acetic Acid readily dissolves with Isopropanol (Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol). Using 70% will work dissolve NAA just fine, but the higher the purity of Isopropanol the better.

Dissolving Using Methanol (Methyl Hydrate):
NAA dissolves in Methanol roughly the same as with Isopropanol.

How To Dilute & Mix 1-Naphthaleneacetic Acid:

Diluting Naphthalene Acetic Acid In Water:
Slowly pour the dissolved NaA into your water solution ‘broth’, not the other way around. You should stir the water at the same time, or simply ‘rock’ the water vessel once to create a back and forth ‘wave’ that should last until you’re done pouring.

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How To Use Naphthalene Acetic Acid (NAA):

Example Uses:
Date Palm 1: 50-100 PPM (Root Dunk) [Promotes root growth]

Plant Tissue Culture Solution Example:
1. Stock solution of NAA 1,000 ppm
Weigh 0.2 g of NAA and dissolve well with some NaOH 1N drops.
2. Add 200 ml of distilled water.
One ml of stock solution (1,000 ppm) contains 1 mg of NAA.

SALICYLIC ACID (SA):

Salicylic Acid Data Links:
BingEPA - FDA - Google - MedlineMSDS - PubChem - PubMed - ToxNet - WebMDWikipedia

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