Plant growth regulator chlormequat chloride use in wheat

Chlormequat chloride is a plant growth regulator commonly used in wheat cultivation to regulate plant height and enhance crop yield.

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Chlormequat chloride is a plant growth regulator commonly used in wheat cultivation to regulate plant height and enhance crop yield.

First at all, Chlormequat chloride is primarily employed to control the height of wheat plants. By inhibiting the production of gibberellins, a group of plant hormones responsible for stem elongation, chlormequat chloride helps in reducing the overall height of wheat plants.

Second , Lodging occurs when wheat plants become too tall and are unable to support their own weight, leading to bending or breaking of stems. Chlormequat chloride application helps in preventing lodging by promoting shorter and sturdier stems.

And by controlling plant height and preventing lodging, it contributes to an improvement in overall yield. The energy that would have been expended on stem elongation is redirected to grain development, resulting in more robust and productive wheat crops.

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Improved Harvesting: Wheat crops treated with it are easier to harvest due to the reduced risk of lodging. The shorter and more stable stems facilitate the harvesting process and reduce grain losses.

Enhanced Nutrient Utilization: It application has been observed to enhance the efficiency of nutrient utilization by wheat plants. This can lead to better nutrient uptake and utilization, further contributing to improved yield.

Wheat:

  • Chlormequat chloride is commonly used in wheat to regulate plant height and prevent lodging.
  • Typical application rates range from 40 to 60 grams of active ingredient per hectare.
  • Application is often recommended at the stem elongation stage or early boot stage.

Cotton:

  • Chlormequat chloride can be used in cotton to manage plant growth and enhance fruit retention.
  • Dosage rates may range from 100 to 500 grams of active ingredient per hectare.
  • Application is often recommended during the early stages of flowering.