A review of plant growth regulators and its effect on rose flower
Author(s): Khushboo Sharma
Abstract: One of the most lucrative agricultural sectors globally is the floral industry. The study examined how plant growth regulators affect roses. After analysing the findings of previous studies in this area, PGRs. These compounds, which are endogenously produced by plant tissues, promote the growth and development of the plants. They work by altering, regulating, or managing the processes involved in plant growth, such as the development of leaves and flowers, the lengthening of stems, and quality improvement. Artificial chemical substances possessing physiological activity akin to substances that promote plant growth and the capacity to alter the growth and development of plants. The PGRs are used commercially in agriculture. The method of using PGRs in horticulture yields positive outcomes. Nevertheless, additional research and discussion on the topic are required in order to draw the conclusion that presents favourable prospects and real-world benefits for application in the future.