Discover the best application techniques for auxin naphthyl acetic acid rooting agent. Ensure successful plant growth.Root soaking method.

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Introduction of auxin naphthylacetic acid

Discover the best application techniques for 1-naphthylacetic acid auxin rooting agent. Ensure successful plant growth.

Soak seeds with naphthylacetic acid

To soak seeds, mix 10 ml of this agent with 35 kg of water. Soak the seeds for 6-12 hours before sowing, rinse and air dry.

Root soaking method

To soak the roots, dilute 10 ml of the agent in 3-5 kg of water. Use this method to effectively promote root development.

Vegetable customization method

When applying to peppers, eggplants, tomatoes, beans, etc., mix 10 ml of this agent with 15-40 kg of water. Great for flowering plants in their bloom stage.

Optimum concentration for various crops

Adjust concentration according to crop type. For radishes and potatoes, mix 10 ml of this agent with 15-30 kg of water. Soak the roots for 2-10 hours to increase survival rate.

Determine the concentration of 6-methoxy-2-naphthylacetic acid

Understand the appropriate concentration of naphthalene acetic acid rooting agents on the market. Range is 0.1% to 95%. Apple trees have only 20% concentration.

Solubility Tips

Because naphthylacetic acid is difficult to dissolve in water. So before diluting with water. Please use a small amount of alcohol for initial dissolution.

alpha naphthylacetic acid poisoning

Auxin naphthyl acetic acid can cause poisoning and damage to the liver and kidneys. If any symptoms of poisoning occur, seek medical attention immediately.

Mix for enhanced effect

While auxin naphthyl acetic acid promotes good rooting of cuttings. However, higher concentrations may inhibit above-ground stem and leaf growth. Use in combination with other rooting agents for best results.

Foliar spraying accuracy

When using naphthylacetic acid as a foliar spray, strictly follow the instructions for different crops and growth stages. Avoid changing concentrations to prevent potential phytotoxicity.