Adjuvants & Regulators, plant hormones, develop plants tissues
About Adjuvants & Regulators
Also known as plant hormones, growth regulators are chemicals that in small amounts promote and influence the growth and development of the tissues in plants. Naturally, they are produced within the plant and determine the formation of flowers, stems, leaves, the shedding of leaves, and the ripening of fruit. They have been largely synthesized by humans and are used either to regulate the growth of cultivated plants or inhibit that of unwanted weeds.
They are used as important measures to ensure agricultural production, but they need to be used accordingly as if growth regulators are misused, the crops can grow excessively fast, and the fruits can appear ripened on the surface, but the core will remain raw, rendering them of low quality.