A plant growth regulator (PGR) is a substance that is used to modify or regulate the growth and development of plants. PGRs are typically used in agriculture to improve crop yields, enhance crop quality, and manage plant growth.
Promote cell elongation, apical dominance, and root formation, and play a role in fruit development and maturation.
Stimulate stem elongation, seed germination, and flowering, and play a role in fruit development.
Promote cell division and differentiation, delay senescence, and stimulate lateral bud growth.
PGR stands for Plant Growth Regulator, which is a substance that is used to regulate the growth and development of plants. PGRs should be applied when a specific growth or developmental response is desired, such as controlling plant height, promoting lateral branching, inducing flowering or delaying fruit ripening. It is important to carefully follow the label instructions and to apply PGRs at the appropriate time and in the appropriate manner to avoid potential negative effects on the plant or the environment.