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Jim, et al.
When I spoke to the guy at Biostimulants he said that the original formula that the Hosta growers were using was Bap-6, and that was recommended at 3000ppm. He said that they recommend 1000ppm for Bap-10. He said I would see a remarkable difference in the dilution at that rate. Any thoughts folks?
I'm also looking forward to responses to the questions you raised on your email. My way of thinking is to use the Bap-10 to get dormant buds to emerge, let those grow, separate the plants, plant them and leave em alone to grow at normal rate with normal watering and fertilizing. As strictly a home gardener and not in the business, my sole purpose is to get more plants of the ones I want to place up at the lake. So if it does stunt their growth a bit, it's ok for me right now. I just want to multiply certain varieties, then let the divisions grow a-la-natural. I'm still interested in what would happen if I used it now. I figure we have a good month to month and a half before temps dip and the plants go dormant. What does everyone else think?
Lu  (Atlanta Zone 7B)

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