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Encyclopedia > Triacontanol

Triacontanols are alcohols of the general formula C30H62O, also known as Melissyl alcohol or Myricyl alcohol. They are found in plant cuticle waxes and in beeswax.

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Triacontanol is a naturally occurring plant hormone that acts as a growth promoter.
Triacontanol powder is a wax-like flake that must be dissolved into a liquid.
Triacontanol is usually applied as a foliar spray and the biggest variable is what concentration to use, which is calculated in PPM (Parts-Per-Million).
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