Effects of plant growth regulators on the production of vege | 107356
An International Journal

Agricultural and Biological Research

ISSN - 0970-1907
RNI # 24/103/2012-R1


Effects of plant growth regulators on the production of vegetables

Mahendra Kumar Yadav* and Juri Das

Significant research on vegetable production has focused on the effects of plant growth regulators. Review demonstrates that using the right plant growth regulators can help increase vegetable production. They play a critical role in early planting, sex modification, yield and quality enhancement, resistance to pest illness, plant growth regulation, postponing senescence to prolong plant productive life and are essential steps in guaranteeing vegetable production. Nonetheless, Plant Growth Regulator (PGR) effectiveness is determined in part by several factors, including the specific type of regulator, the targeted vegetable crop and environmental conditions. Sustainable and responsible use of PGRs is crucial to minimize environmental impact and ensure economic viability. PGRs are essential resources for growing vegetables, enhancing yield, quality, stress resistance and post-harvest characteristics, contributing to sustainable and efficient agricultural practices.

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