Hormone Balance

Genetic expression and yield is compromised by stress, usually from unfavorable weather. Stress results in an imbalance between a plant’s growth hormones (auxin, cytokinin and gibberellic acid) and stress hormones (ethylene and abscisic acid). The resulting hormone imbalance tends to shift the movement of sugars predominately to the upper part of the plant and results in uncontrolled vegetative growth. Excessive vegetative growth leads to weaker roots and decreases in seed, fruit, tubers, etc., as well as numbers, size, uniformity and quality.

Stoller products help maintain the appropriate hormone balance throughout the growing season to make plants more resistant to stress and facilitating the expression of their full genetic potential by reducing the impact of stress on plants. 



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