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Re: BAP-10


In an article written by James Garner and others in the Hosta Journal Vol 28
#3 on Benzyladenine - Induced Offsets, they discuss the use of  BA. This is
real good info.

John Wessel
Va. Beach

-----Original Message-----
From: M. Laico <lako731@usit.net>
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Sunday, February 21, 1999 11:52 PM
Subject: BAP-10

>I am very interested in getting information relative to using BAP-10,
>N-6-Benzyladenine 10% solution as a foliar spray. I have read an article on
>using this solution that it will induce the outgrowth of lateral buds from
>the rhizome.  It's potential to produce a plant in the first year that is
>full as typical 2 year-old plant.  Has anyone had any experience in using
>Thank you,
>Michael Laico
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