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Plant Growth Regulators (PGRs)

Plant growth regulators (PGRs) are chemicals that can be applied to plants to modify their growth rate, flower production, and drought tolerance. While PGRs have been used in agriculture for decades, they are increasingly being used in urban settings to help manage the growth of trees, shrubs, and other plants. In many cases, the use of PGRs can help to reduce the need for pruning and shearing, which can save time and money. In addition, PGRs can be used to encourage plants to produce more flowers or fruits, or to improve their drought tolerance. As the world becomes increasingly urbanized, the use of plant growth regulators is likely to become more widespread as product development and innovation continue.

Plant growth regulators (PGRs) are chemicals that can be applied to plants to modify their growth rate, flower production, and drought tolerance.

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