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Triacontanol (Tria) Comments
TRIACONTANOL (TRIA): And Culture A stimulant of plant growth at low concentrations, is contained in such things as alfalfa hay, can be used in sterile flasks and as a foliage spray; for report of trials refer to OA82-45 0
TRIACONTANOL (TRIA): Plant Growth Regulator It is a 30-carbon alcohol found in wheat germ, beeswax, and the leaves of some plants such as alfalfa; reports of increases in growth in agricultural applications; some reports of failure possibly due to the wrong concentration used or the toxic effects of plasticizers used for plastics or detergents such as Tween-20; experiments with cymbidiums show TRIA at 0.1 mg with six hours fluorescent light at 75 dF is effective. OA87-86 0

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