Ingredients: cytokinins in form of BAP, vitamins and minerals, macro and trace elements, carbohydrates and alginic acid
Uses: can be used for seed treatment, transplant treatment to prevent root shock and at each stage of growth through the plants life. An important thing to remember is that you should not apply Nitrozyme or other cytokinins to dormant plants due to stress. Essentially this is the same type of seaweed as found in Nitrozyme except at a far more cost effective price due to its powdered form
Ingredients: macro and trace minerals, L form amino acids
Uses: used for improved vigour. Provides chelated minerals. Helps plants to achieve a more uniform result and resistance in conditions of stress, pest and disease. Uniform results obtained without negative results on any part of the crop.
Ingredients: 0.075g/L NAA, 0.075g/L IAA, 2.25g/L B1 (thiamine)
Uses: to stimulate root growth in clones and young plants. As with other auxin based hormones you should discontinue use after plants have been put into flowering.
Uses: shortens internode length while helping the predominance of female flowers.
Uses: promotes senescence and increases flower size.
Ingredients: broad spectrum organic hormones
Uses: promotes lush green foliage and provides a good tonic where lack of nitrogen occurs.
Ingredients: cytokinins, vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, D, E, K, along with carbohydrates including alginic acid and macro and trace elements
Uses: can be used for seed treatment, transplant treatment to prevent root shock and at each stage of growth through the plants life. An important thing to remember is that you should not apply Nitrozyme or other cytokinins to dormant plants due to stress.
Ingredients: tricantanol, gibberellic acid, propolis, vitamin B
Uses: improves taste and increases flower size.
Uses: a concentrated powder mixed and sprayed, which inhibits stem elongation and apical dominance. Also promotes bud formation.
Uses: a germination soaking solution to genetically encourage feminine plants before the natural expression occurs within the young plant.
Ingredients: ethylene, auxins
Uses: an ethylene compound sprayed on seedlings at the time of sexual determination to encourage feminization and stoutness.
Ingredients: vitamin B1 - 0.09%, 1-naphthyl acetic acid (NAA) - 0.048%
Uses: promotes root growth in cuttings, general root growth and a predominance of female flowers. After saying this it should not be used in flowering as it will prolong flowering period if applied after the onset of flowering.
Woods Rooting Compound
Ingredients: indole-3-butyric acid (IBA), 1-napthalene acetic acid (NAA)
Uses: as the name would suggest you use this to dip your cuttings in to so it promotes the growth of roots.
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