etc.; to accelerate post-harvest ripening in bananas, mangoes, and citrus fruit; to facilitate harves
ting by loosening of the fruit in currants, gooseberries, cherries, and apples; to increase flower bu
d development in young apple trees; to prevent lodging in cereals, maize, and flax; to induce flow
ering of Bromeliads; to stimulate lateral branching in azaleas, geraniums, and roses; to shorten th
e stem length in forced daffodils; to induce flowering and regulate ripening in pineapples; to accel
erate boll opening in cotton; to modify sex expression in cucumbers and squash; to increase fruit
setting and yield in cucumbers; to improve the sturdiness of onion seed crops; to hasten the yello
wing of mature tobacco leaves; to stimulate latex flow in rubber trees, and resin flow in pine trees;
to stimulate early uniform hull split in walnuts; etc. Max. application rate per season 2.18 kg/ha for
cotton, 0.72 kg/ha for cereals, 1.44 kg/ha for fruit.
Plant growth regulator
Appearance : White or light yellow crystals.
Melting Point: 74 - 75°C .
Vapour Pressure: <1mPa at 20°C.
Stability: Solvency in water, acohol is about 1kg/L. It's steady below PH 3 and it releases ethylene when above PH 3.It can be eluviated when placed on sand. It can't coexist with alkali, salts and mental.
Mode of Action:
Plant growth regulator with systemic properties. Penetrates into the plant tissues, and is decomposed to ethylene, which affects the growth processes.