Plant growth regulators

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The plant growth regulators either synthetic or natural have been found great and wide applications in agriculture and horticulture. Growth regulators in minute quantity can have adverse effects to promote & modify physiological process in plants. On the evidences of their adverse effects in small quantity these growth regulators have been found greater applications and economic importance for farmers and horticulturists.

The growth regulators are used: to increase the fruit sizes, to induce early flowering and increase the number of flowering; to break the dormancy of some seeds, to quicken the maturity and improve the fruit quality; to increase the sugar content in sugarcane; to increase the yield and oil contents; to promote the flower initiation and control ripening some other fruits and many more. Beside their major roles there are many other minor roles as sequence of flowering, position and number of flowers, formation of flowers, parthenocarpy, root and shoot initiation, etc.
The knowledge of these growth regulators have been advantages and boon to many agriculturists and horticulturists globally.

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