Number of Tablets per Liter of final working solution 
How to dissolve 
Mixing methods 
05 tablets per liter 
Dissolve in water. 
Mix manually or use blender 
510 tablets per liter 
Dissolve in water. 
Mix using an electric hand blender 
11200 tablets per liter 
Make an initial concentration using the minimum amount of solution to dissolve the tablets @ 50% water + 50% alcohol.
Dilute with water to make working concentration. 
Over 200 tablets per liter 
Dissolve in 25% water + 75% alcohol. 
Concentration 
Number of Tablets 
Volume of Liquid 
12
ppm IBA 
mix 1/4 tablet 
in 1000 ml water. 
25 
mix tablet 
50 
mix 1 tablets 
100 
mix 2 tablets 
200 
mix 4 tablets 
250 
mix 5 tablets. 
500 
mix 10 tablets 
1000 
mix 20 tablets 
in 50% water + 50% alcohol to make 250 ml or enough liquid to dissolve tablets. Mix tablets using an electric hand blender. Add water to make 1000 ml 
2000 
mix 40 tablets 
3000 
mix 60 tablets 
4000 
mix 80 tablets 
5000 
mix 100 tablets 
6000 
mix 120 tablets 
7000 
mix 140 tablets 
8000 
mix 160 tablets 
9000 
mix 180 tablets 
10000 
mix 200 tablets 
For Rates see the CHARTS:
SPRAY DRIP DOWN® AND TOTAL IMMERSE METHODS
BASAL LONG SOAK METHOD
BASAL QUICK DIP METHOD
How to make a Rooting GEL
When making a gel based solution, use one of many standard gel products from your horticultural supply.
You can also use corn starch from the food market.
Using Hortus IBA Water Soluble Salts or Rhizopon AA Water Soluble Tablets, mix in water to make a rooting solution at any concentration.
Then, add the powder or corn starch to the rooting solution until you get needed ‘gel peaks' or somewhat watery solution as needed. (When using corn starch, made the rooting solution using warm temperature, like what comes from a hot water heater. This will nake easier mixing.)
The resultant 'concentration' is defined as ‘parts per volume’. The rooting 'gel' will be higher volume than the original water based rooting solution.
