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Cycocel plant growth regulator

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Cycocel plant growth regulator provides excellent results in greenhouses and plant nurseries. It reduces stem elongation and promotes longer shelf life for poinsettias and other marketable plants. In addition, Cycocel contains an active wetting agent, saving you money on surfactants and adjuvants. It works on commercially grown plants in covered greenhouses and containerized ornamentals in uncovered areas. You can improve and induce flowering of bedding plants after one application. For greater management in the greenhouse, spray your plants with Cycocel plant growth regulator.

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    AK, CA, HI, WA

    Active Ingredient(s)

    11.8% Chlormequat

    Used For

    Ornamental grown in commercial or research greenhouse

    Manufacturer

    OHP

    What Does a Plant Growth Regulator Do?

    Plant growth regulators inhibit stem growth and extend a plant's shelf life. They contain certain chemical agents that not only reduce growth in a given season but also promote denser growth in the container or the flower bed. Regulators also produce crops with shorter internodes, stronger stems and greener, thicker leaves. Unlike some plant growth regulators, Cycocel includes a wetting agent for improved activity on the target plants.

     

    How Cycocel Plant Growth Reguator Works

    Cycocel plant growth regulator contains chlormequat trimethylammonium chloride, a chemical that inhibits plant growth and increases density in the leaves. It's formulated to affect commercially greenhouse-grown ornamentals only, not field-grown ornamentals. However, it does produce expected results in container plants in uncovered production areas. Its wetting agent binds the active ingredient to the ornamentals and helps the regulator perform more efficiently after the application.

     

    Where to Use Cycocel Plant Growth Regulator

    Use Cycocel plant growth regulator in commercial greenhouses, shade houses and plant nurseries. These facilities should have covered spaces; otherwise, spraying Cycocel in windy conditions could create drift and cause serious damage to other plants. Use it to reduce plant growth on herbaceous and woody crops such as:

    • Ivy
    • Chrysanthemums
    • Easter lilies
    • Hollies
    • Hydrangeas
    • Potted roses
    • Rhododendrons

     

    Cycocel Features and Benefits

    • Inhibits stem elongation
    • Promotes compact plants with numerous buds on each shoot
    • Induces and improves flowering
    • Has a wetting agent for better coverage
    • Can be tank-mixed with B-Nine water-soluble granules on certain crops

     

    Restrictions and Limitations

    • Avoid applying Cycocel through irrigation equipment.
    • Don't spray Cycocel on plants that show signs of stress.
    • Only apply as a foliar spray on plants in shade houses and container nurseries.
    • Avoid using on plants that are grown for human consumption or animal feed.

     

    Cycocel Plant Growth Regulator Provides Superior Results

    If you want to regulate ornamental growth in greenhouses and nurseries, treat your plants with Cycocel plant growth regulator. It has an effective ingredient and an added wetting agent to provide thorough coverage on the plants and promote denser leaves, early flowering and multiple buds per shoot. You can also use it in outdoor container ornamentals according to the label. When you need better control of your greenhouse plants, use Cycocel plant growth regulator.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

    It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

     

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