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Plant hormones are signal molecules produced within the plant, and occur in extremely low concentrations.
Hormones regulate cellular processes in targeted cells locally and, moved to other locations, in other functional part of the plant. Hormones also determine the formation of flowers, stems, leaves, the shedding of leaves, and the development and ripening of fruit. Plants, unlike animals, lack glands that produce and secrete hormones. Instead, each cell is capable of producing hormones. Plant hormones shape the plant, affecting seed growth, time of flowering, the sex of flowers, senescence of leaves, and fruits. They affect which tissues grow upward and which grow downward, leaf formation and stem growth, fruit development and ripening, plant longevity, and even plant death.
Bio-stimulant Plant Growth Regulator
Agra-Rouse, from Performance Nutrition is a plant growth regulator for use as a soil application on sports turf and ornamentals. Agra-Rouse is a blend...
Incite, from Performance Nutrition is a plant growth regulator for foliar application on field crops, fruits, tree nuts, vegetables, herbs and spices and...
ProGibb is used in many crops to improve crop quality and value. In seedless table grapes, ProGibb enlarges the cluster, thins excessive fruit and increases berry size. In...