Willow water

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Willow water is a biological method to extract the rooting hormones indolebutyric acid[1] (IBA) and salicylic acid (SA), that are present in sufficient quantities in the Willow (Salix) trees to extract as a liquid that stimulates root growth.

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  1. ^ Ohio State University Extension, "Gardening Folklore". 

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