Plant Growth Regulator Chlormequat 98%TC for Reducing lodging
|Type||Plant Growth Regulator|
|Place of Origin||Hebei,China|
|Shelf life||2 Years|
|Other dosage form||Chlormequat50%SL
- Lodging prevention in cereal crops: Chlormequat is widely used in cereal crops such as wheat, barley, oats, and rye to prevent lodging. It is typically applied during the early stages of stem elongation when the plants are still actively growing. By reducing the vertical growth of the plants and promoting sturdier stems, chlormequat helps to prevent lodging, which can result in significant yield losses.
- Fruit and flower setting: Chlormequat is also used to improve fruit and flower setting in certain crops. It is often applied during specific growth stages to enhance the development and retention of fruits and flowers. By redirecting energy and resources towards reproductive structures, chlormequat can increase the number and quality of fruits or flowers produced by the plants.
- Vegetative growth control: Chlormequat is employed in various crops to regulate excessive vegetative growth. It can be used to manage the height and branching patterns of plants to optimize canopy structure, light interception, and nutrient utilization. By promoting lateral branching and compact growth, chlormequat can help create a fuller plant canopy and improve overall crop productivity.
- Delayed senescence: Chlormequat has the ability to delay the natural senescence process in plants. It can be applied at specific stages of plant development to extend the productive lifespan of crops. This can be particularly useful in crops where a longer period of productive growth is desired, allowing for more time for fruiting, grain development, or other desired outcomes.