Auxin

Auxin distribution within the plant is a key factor for plant growth

One of the earliest plant hormone (or plant growth substance) discovered is Auxin, also termed IAA for Indole-3-acetic acid. It is one of the most potent of all plant hormones. Thus, Auxin is the active ingredient in most rooting mixtures. These products help the vegetative propagation of plants. On a cellular level auxins influence cell elongation, cell division and the formation of adventitious roots. Some auxins are active at extremely low concentrations. Typical concentrations for the application of Auxin range from 0.01 to 10 mg/L.


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