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I would not use Rootone in your aquarium. Thiram is a fungicide that
prevents root rot in cuttings and I don't think it's safe for aquariums
(not 100% certian of LD50 yet). If you were to use a rooting hormone
use Hormex (Either #1 or #3) or Dip N' Grow. These have auxin only and
should be much safer for your aquatic freinds.
dw at iname dot com
<<<<<I have been watching this root hormone thread waiting for a post with
different results than those I had a while back. I had a "blonde moment"
and thought "Gee, I wonder if ROOTONE rooting hormone would increase the
root formation rate of stem plant aquatics and swords?" Needless to say, no
matter what concentration of the chemical I used, I still lost plants and
saw arrested developement, NOT increase in the growth rate of surviving
plants. Unless you have sound chemical theories as to why my exp.
would'nt try rooting hormones if I were you.
ROOTONE ACTIVE INGREDIENTS:
Thiram (tetra-methyl Thiuramidisulfide).. 4.04%
Inert Ingredients:....................... 95.76%