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Auxigro is a chemical-based growth-enhancer that is currently approved by the EPA for spray on fruits, vegetables, and grains. It is a mixture of equal parts gamma-aminobutyric acid, casein hydrolysate and glutamic acid; the last component is believed to cause undesirable symptoms in people sensitive to it. (See monosodium glutamate for information about sensitivity to glutamic acid.)

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