superthrive and freeze damage
Has anyone experimented with using superthrive before or after a freeze to help minimize plant damage? From what I have read (and this is my inexperienced take), the auxin in superthrive, 1-naphthyl acetic acid, is a growth regulator that decreases foliage growth and redirects that energy to root growth.
If, in fact, this is what this chemical does, decreasing new foliage growth before a freeze would benefit a plant because the new foliage is what is most easily damaged. Plus, increasing root vigor would definately benefit the plant when it revives in warmer weather. Am I completely off or could there be something to this?