|Product Type||Indole 3 Butyric Acid|
"Indole-3-butyric acid", which is a plant hormone commonly used in agriculture as a rooting hormone. It is a synthetic form of auxin, which is a naturally occurring plant hormone that regulates plant growth and development.
IBTA is commonly used in plant propagation to stimulate the growth of roots from stem cuttings. When applied to the cut end of a stem, IBTA promotes the development of new roots, increasing the chances of successful propagation. This is particularly useful for plants that are difficult to propagate by other means.
IBTA can also be used to promote root growth in established plants. When applied to the soil around the roots of a plant, it can encourage the growth of new root hairs, which can increase the plant's ability to absorb nutrients and water from the soil.
In addition to its use in plant propagation and root growth, IBTA is also used in plant tissue culture to induce the formation of callus tissue, which can be used to regenerate new plants. Overall, IBTA is a valuable tool for farmers and gardeners looking to improve plant growth and propagation.