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  [Aroid-l] Gibberellic Acid
From: ironious2 at yahoo.com (E Morano) on 2008.03.26 at 20:42:20(17231)
Also I might add that you should not use GA3 on any plants that develop from bulbs or corms or on the bulbs them selves. GA3 has been know to kill these types of plants. I would recommend using Indole acetic acid on these types of plants perhaps but dont be surprised if your flowers mutate. Indole acetic acid (IAA) is an auxin plant hormone, and it is the most active auxin. ndole acetic acid (IAA) stimulates the growth of the main stem. Indole acetic acid is also involved in helping cuttings generate new roots. It is these root developing properties that may benefit these plants.

Also you may want to try Indole Butyric Acid. 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.

Then there is Naphthalene Acetic Acid. Naphthalene Acetic Acid can significantly increase the number, length and dry weight of root hairs, small roots and large roots.
You can find all these products and more from http://www.super-grow.biz
Theres a yahoo user group that is associated with that site that you can join too.

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