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Sumagic Plant Growth Regulator

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With Sumagic Plant Growth Regulator, you can grow denser plants and keep them from outgrowing their marketability. This plant growth regulator increases your plant's shelf life and can be used on a variety of plants in your greenhouse or planting nursery. It not only encourages denser growth but also enhances desirable qualities like darker colors and stronger stems. You can also use it to increase growth in sparse areas of flower bedding. For more marketable plants, turn to Sumagic plant growth regulator.

Features and Specifications

Active Ingredient(s) Uniconazole-P - 055%
Product Uses Effective growth retardant on a wide variety of ornamental crops. Sumagic reduces plant height by reducing internode elongation through inhibition of gibberellin biosynthesis. The result is more desirable compact and marketable plants.
Sale Prohibited DC, WA
Shipping Rate Free
EPA Registration 59639-37

What is a Plant Growth Regulator?

A plant growth regulator does exactly what its name implies: It regulates the growth of plants. It keeps them from growing too quickly and dying before you have a chance to turn a profit. Plant growth regulators also have minimal or no phytotoxic effects on the plants when they're used as directed. They're also mostly used on marketable crops such as poinsettias and other ornamentals.


How Sumagic Plant Growth Regulator Works

Sumagic contains the active ingredient uniconazole, a chemical that inhibits gibberellin biosynthesis in the plants. This chemical reduces overall height and slows the process by which the plant grows. Sumagic also improves plant quality by promoting greater leaf thickness, vivid colors and chlorophyll content. According to the label, Sumagic has also increased flower number and size in shade houses and greenhouses.


Where to Use Sumagic

You can apply Sumagic as a spray or a soil drench during preplanting and postemergence. Use it on plants in water collectors or subirrigation benches, and apply it to the soil before planting bulbs and plugs. It works to reduce plant growth and improve the overall quality of bedding plants, foliage, woody species and bulb crops. Use Sumagic plant growth regulator on the following plants:

  • Marigolds
  • Snapdragons
  • Impatiens
  • Pansies
  • Chrysanthemums
  • Geraniums
  • Poinsettias
  • Easter lilies


Sumagic Features and Benefits

  • Encourages denser growth
  • Promotes longer shelf life
  • Enhances desirable qualities
  • For use on annuals and perennials
  • Increases the marketability of poinsettias and other ornamental plants


Application Tips

  • Apply as a drench for more uniform height control.
  • Perform a trial application on nonlabeled plants to test for compatibility.
  • Avoid applying Sumagic under conditions that can cause drift on food crops and susceptible plants.
  • Don't use Sumagic with adjuvants, surfactants or fertilizers of any kind.


Sumagic Provides Greater Plant Shelf Life and Denser Growth

If you want to curb your plant's growth and sustain its marketability, apply Sumagic plant growth regulator. Use it to grow more compact flower beds, more vibrant ornamentals and more sustainable plant life in greenhouses and plant nurseries. In many cases, Sumagic also increases flower size and water retention. When you need something to regulate your plants' growth, Sumagic plant growth regulator does the job better than similar products of its kind.


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.


For additional information on this product please reference the CDMS label database listed below



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