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gibberelic acid

Posted by
RICK WEAVER N.J.
(SHAFT26@AOL.COM) on
Thu, May 10, 01 at 22:28

I,VE BEEN LOOKING FOR GIBBERELIC ACID FOR THREE MONTHS PLEASE HELP


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RE: gibberelic acid

Sigma chemical company sells it and that's where we buy it for our tissue culture experiments. http://www.sigma-aldrich.com/saws.nsf/SigProducts?OpenFrameset It's difficult to buy it from them if you're not a part of a university or a business. You can also check out greenhouse supply companies in your area. There's a product called Pro-Gibb that is sold to spray on azaleas to help them bloom (holiday pot crop kind). It helps to compensate for a cold treatment and reduces time the azaleas need to be in the coolers. You may want to see if a local greenhouse that grows some azaleas can give or sell you some from their stock of it if you need only a little.

Sincerely,
David Zlesak


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RE: gibberelic acid

  • Posted by
    Weed OR 7/8
    (My Page) on
    Sun, May 13, 01 at 0:41

Rick,

Pro-Gibb is also sold at Ag Supply places. Used for grape cluster elongation, promotes flowering in some seed crops, etc.

Regards,
Weed


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RE: gibberelic acid

Hi, You can purchase it from J.L. Hudson seedsman in cal. and it cost $5.00. The spray on acid is mixed in alcohol and can kill the seed.It is dangerous to work with. Some people report sucess with just soaking the seed in H2O2. Delores


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RE: gibberelic acid

A product called SUPERPLANT contains gibberelic acid and is sold in an 8 oz spray bottle for 4.95 by charleysgreenhouse.com They have a great color catalog and it`s free!


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RE: gibberelic acid

Have you checked at the Super K-mart? I've seen them being sold a month ago.

Enrique


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RE: gibberelic acid

There is a Gibberellic Acid (GA3) FAQ and ordering information at http://www.super-grow.biz/GA3FAQ.jsp


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RE: gibberelic acid

Gibberellic acid in pure form (90%) is sold in small quantities on both Amazon and eBay


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