What does a PGR really do?

There is a lot of talk about the use of PGRs (Plant Growth Regulators) as a spray application on beans and wheat and even in-furrow on corn. But, what does a PGR really do for your crop? In this member video, Kelly sits down with Mark Coots from Teva Corporation to talk about how a PGR behaves, and what its role is in the overall growth cycle of a plant. 

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