Plant hormones are a group of substances secreted by plants or microorganisms that can cause root production, bud growth, and better vegetative and reproductive growth at low concentrations. One of the most important plant growth hormones is auxins. In the preparation and production of biomix rooting hormone, plant hormones of the auxin family have been used. The main processes under the influence of auxins: - Encouraging stem length and growth (photolysis and…) - Ectopic root formation (roots formed in all parts of the plant except seeds) - Preventing leaf fall - Encouraging cell division (with the participation of cytokinins) - Encourage terminal bud sleep - terminal bud dominance - and…. One of the most important uses of auxins in horticulture is to encourage rooting in stem and leaf cuttings. Usually two substances IBA (indole butyric acetic acid) are used in most of the compounds of endogenous hormones. Low concentrations of these substances are used to stimulate rooting in cuttings, stems and cuttings, and as a stimulant of root growth.
Rooting hormone is available in powder form in packages of 7 and 35 g.