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The role of synthetic growth hormones in crop multiplication

 Crop improvement through conventional methods to provide food security for the ever-growing population has several limitations. Modern plant biotechnology has held promise over the years to improve outputs from plants. The use of growth hormones as a way of improving plant yield through micropropagation and somatic embryogenesis is the focus of this paper. Improved and disease-resistant crops could easily be made available to farmers if the use of synthetic growth hormones for plantlet regeneration is vigorously pursued. In this technique, hormones like auxins, cytokinins and gibberellins could be made available at a reduced cost to users for the rapid multiplication of cultivated crops. 

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

 

Auxins ............................................... 12 ppm

Gibberellins....................................950 ppm


 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

TECAFOL is a formulation created to stimulate the plant to give the maximum yield potential with the objective of increasing the production of grain in crops such as rice, wheat, barley, oats, and sorghum.

It is a balanced combination of growth promoters along with plant extracts, which stimulate the plant to produce more stems per bush, which is a factor of yield in gramineous of this type of plant.


 

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Make two applications. The first when the plant has 3 to 5 weeks of transplantation and do a second application 2 to 3 weeks later.