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Gibberellin in Salix wintertime?

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I wanna make my own gibberellin from salix to help seeds germinate in the stratifying process. Does anybody know if there is gibberellin in salix in wintertime and do have a recipe on how much bark is needed per liter water to extract enough gibberellin? I haven't seen so much info about how to do this, but I'm thinking that I just soak the seeds in the gibberellin-water now and after that I'll put them in a pot with soil and store them outside in the Swedish winter (that ends in April-May), any thoughts on that? But as I've understood it, with this method you could actually skip the stratifying part, they will germinate anyhow, any experience to share here?

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