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Growth Responses A plant’s sensory response to external stimuli relies on hormones, which are simply chemical messengers. Plant hormones affect all aspects of plant life, from flowering to fruit setting and maturation, and from phototropism to leaf fall. Potentially, every cell in a plant can produce plant hormones. The hormones
Gibberellins (GAs) and Gibberellic acid (GA3) Gibberellins (GAs) are plant hormones that regulate growth and influence various developmental processes, including stem elongation, germination, dormancy, flowering, sex expression, enzyme induction, and leaf and fruit senescence. Gibberellin was first recognized in 1926 by a Japanese scientist, Eiichi Kurosawa, studying bakanae, the “foolish
Gibberellic acid in plants Still a mystery unresolved Ramwant Gupta* and S K Chakrabarty This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Gibberellic acid (GA), a plant hormone stimulating plant growth and development, is a tetracyclic di-terpenoid compound. GAs stimulate seed germination, trigger transitions from meristem to
Gibberellic Acid for Fruit Set and Seed Germination CAUTION: Using Gibberellic Acid on Plumeria is risky and could cause damage or even kill your plant if used too strong or too often, so please proceed with caution. I used it to help increase branching at 150 and 200 ppm. I
Growing Medium – Soil The first step to growing Plumeria is a good soil or potting mix! Growing plumeria involves a number of cultural inputs. Among these, perhaps the most important is the type of growing medium used. Due to the relatively shallow depth and limited volume of a container,
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