Fertilizer Kornevin is a modern drug based on indolylbutyric acid. Designed for use as an effective and inexpensive stimulator of root growth.
Appointment and composition of Kornevin
The active substance is highly effective indolylbutyric acid. Use such a remedy when rooting cuttings obtained from pome fruits and stone fruits, berry and citrus plants, any decorative annuals and perennials, conifers, as well as vines. It is recommended to prepare such a solution to increase the survival rate in the process of transplanting seedlings and planting seedlings, seedlings of garden and flower crops.
How to grow roots Kornevin
Instructions for use Kornevin
Currently, there are two ways to use a stimulant. It is allowed to independently prepare the working solution and perform dry pollination. Also important to remember, that the use of the drug in any form should not cancel the mandatory and timely introduction of organics and mineral complexes.
In dry form
The root system of any garden plantations, as well as fruit and flowering shrubs can sprinkle with a powdery biologically stimulating agent. A small-sized root system is dipped into a container filled with "Kornevin." To improve and harden the fusion, the vaccination site is also dipped in a powdery stimulator based on indolylbutyric acid.
A very good result is obtained by mixing the biostimulator with fungicidal agents in a ratio of 10: 1, which minimizes the risk of damage to pathogenic, pathogenic microflora. The activation of indolylbutyric acid in the process of dissolution in the soil promotes the formation of roots, and also increases the immune characteristics of plants.
Breeding a stimulating drug on your own is not at all difficult. Such a liquid product is more popular among domestic gardeners and gardeners than dry powder. Dissolve "Kornevin" should be in room temperature water, adhering to the proportion of 1 g of biological stimulant per liter of liquid.
A solution in standard dilution is used to soak the bulbs, seeds and tubers for twenty hours. When planting seedlings and seedlings without fail, planting holes are shed. After planting, the plants are also watered with such a stimulating solution.
In order to irrigate large garden plantations and tall bushes, the solution is consumed at the rate of 2.5 liters, and low and medium-sized shrub plants - about 300 ml. Also, a very good result is the after-planting watering of flower and vegetable seedlings at a rate of 40 and 50 ml. respectively. A high result is obtained by treating the root system of plants in a solution of a biological stimulant immediately before planting in a permanent place. The average soaking time is twelve hours.
Cornevin for indoor plants
When growing any exotic and tropical perennials in indoor floriculture, you can also use a biological stimulant in dry or dissolved form. The bioregulator powder should be thoroughly mixed with powdered activated carbon, and then sprinkled with sections of the sections.
When leafy cuttings any indoor flowers, easy dusting with a biological stimulant is carried out, as well as further planting in a pre-prepared and well-sanitized nutritious soil substrate. To effectively increase the immunity of a houseplant, it is allowed to irrigate with a solution based on a biological stimulant. In this case, the product is diluted at the rate of one sachet per five liters of pure water.
Growth stimulator for garden crops
Root the system of garden plants under the influence of a biological stimulator begins to develop much faster, and the vegetable crop itself acquires high resistance to excess or insufficient amount of moisture in the soil, as well as to sharp temperature drops.
When preparing the seeds of garden crops for sowing, a biological stimulant is soaked in the solution, prepared at the rate of half a sachet per 2.5 l of settled and soft water at room temperature. When transplanting seedlings, garden crops are irrigated directly after planting in a permanent place in open or protected ground. The next treatment with this product is performed approximately a couple of weeks after the first watering.
How to prepare a solution of Kornevin
How to use Cornevin for roses
The natural biological stimulator of root formation in rose bushes "Kornevin" in its main effect is similar to the preparation "Heteroauxin", but is considered more convenient to use. This drug is widely used for rooting cuttings of roses, as well as with the aim of improving their survival during the transplantation of grown seedlings or flower seedlings.
To process harvested green rose cuttings, slightly moisten and immerse the lower cut before planting in a dry preparation for dusting in height of about 10 mm. Excessive amount of powdery substance is shaken off without fail, after which the treated rose cuttings are placed in a moistened nutrient soil substrate. Landings are necessarily covered with a film or a plastic cap. To prepare lignified cuttings of a garden flower, preliminary treatment is carried out by soaking in clean water for several hours.
A good result is given by diluting 10 g of the drug in a bucket of clean and fairly warm water, after which the root system of the rose seedlings and flower seedlings is soaked in the resulting solution about six hours before planting in a permanent place. After planting, the plants are watered under the root at the rate of 250-300 ml per plant.
Safety and Precautions
When performing work with the Kornevin biological root stimulant, it is imperative to follow all necessary precautions and strictly observe the technology for diluting the working solution or treating plants with a powder composition. A non-chemical drug based on the active substance, represented by indolylbutyric acid, belongs to the category of moderately dangerous agents for warm-blooded animals, as well as humans.
In the process of working with such a drug, you can not use any food utensils. Also, when preparing a working solution and processing measures, it is strictly forbidden to drink or take food products, as well as smoke. Very important after all work has been completed, wash your hands thoroughly and wash your hands well with detergent or a simple soap.
If a dry or diluted preparation enters the skin or eyes, it is necessary to rinse the skin or mucous membrane with a copious amount of running warm water. If a biological stimulant enters the digestive tract, then you need to take a few tablets of activated charcoal with plenty of water, then rinse your stomach and seek help from a medical institution.
About the consequences of an overdose
Despite the obvious benefits of using different growth stimulants of non-chemical origin, their excessive application can have the completely opposite effect: growth processes are significantly slowed down, and the immunity of garden or flowering crops is also weakened.
The drug, in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions, can be combined with almost any fungicide and insecticide. However, before use, a small amount of the combined preparations should be mixed, which should not be in contact with the precipitation.
Types of plant stimulants
Biological stimulant has a direct positive effect on cell growth and plant development, and also contributes to the effective stimulation of tissues of the aerial and underground parts. When it enters the soil, the substance undergoes conversion to phytohormone, which acts more slowly than pure heteroauxin, but for a longer time.