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Use of BAP-10

I divided several hosta 6 weeks ago, resulting in approximately 50 plants
that average 3 divisions each.

Plants are in 5" pots= emergence about 3 weeks ago= and all plants are
generally at a 1/2 leafed out stage.

I have BAP-10 and the research information that is available but before I
use it I would appreciate any personal experience comments.

#1  If used as a foliar application, at what leaf stage is it used- ie do
you wait for full leafing, for maximum result, or is 1/2 leafed out viable?

#2  Optimum foliar spray strength?

#3  Is it applied to run off or just a misting?

#4  Is drenching comparable to foliar spray results. It would seem to me
that drenching may give superior results in that you dont have to wait for
foilage to develope, giving you more or less a head start and also
plant-root absorption may be better?

#5  Drench srength for a typical 5" pot?

#6  Any other general or specific comments appreciated.

Before posting this message, I was planning on==
     1/3 of plants at 2000 pm foliar spray-repeat in 30 days
     1/3 of plants at 30 ml per 5" pot- repeat in 30 days
     1/3 of plants= control -untreated
     Philip little  S.C.

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