IBA

David R. Hershey dh321 at PGSTUMAIL.PG.CC.MD.US
Thu Jun 18 19:14:11 EST 1998


The potassium salt of IBA has a high solubility. I believe you can get to
10,000 ppm concentration. 

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David R. Hershey

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Prince George's Community College, Largo, MD 20772-2199

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On 15 Jun 1998, James W. Perry wrote:

> Does anyone have any experience getting IBA into solution? We need a
> solution of 8000 ppm to root some softwood cuttings (yes, the
> recommendation *is* 8000 ppm). We tried dissolving a powder 99% IBA in 2.5
> M sodium hydroxide, but it appears very little has gone into solution.
> 
> Thanks in advance...
> 
> James. W. Perry, CEO/Campus Dean
> Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
> University of Wisconsin - Fox Valley
> 1478 Midway Road, P.O. Box 8002
> Menasha, Wisconsin 54952-9002
> Office: 920.832.2610
> FAX: 920.832.2674
> jperry at uwc.edu
> 







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