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PGRs in Agriculture

PGR - It's an acronym farmers are hearing more and more about, but what are they and how should they be used? PGR stands for Plant Growth Regulator. PGRs are often known as plant hormones (also called phytohormones). They are signaling molecules produced within plants that occur in extremely low concentrations. Plant hormones control all aspects of growth and development from initiation of germination to production of seed and fruit to final plant maturity. In perfect conditions, plants create all the hormones they need on their own. But, anything that stresses a plant can cause the ratios of phytohormones to get out of balance causing the plant to use valuable energy to correct this imbalance instead of building yield. There are five major hormone families in plants: auxins, gibberellins, cytokinin, ethylene, and abscisic acid. Having the optimum ratio of these hormones active in plants is critical to maximizing yield potential in...
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