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The efficacy and functions of Chlormequat chloride(CCC) use in different crops growing

Date: 2023-04-26 14:39:20
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Chlormequat chloride (CCC) is an antagonist of gibberellins.Its main function is to inhibit the biosynthesis of gibberellins.It can inhibit cell elongation without affecting cell division, inhibit the growth of stems and leaves without affecting the development of sexual organs, thereby achieving control of elongation, resist lodging and increase yield.   

So what are the functions and functions of Chlormequat chloride (CCC)?   How can Chlormequat chloride (CCC) be used correctly in various crops?   What should we pay attention to when using Chlormequat chloride (CCC)?

The efficacy and functions of Chlormequat chloride(CCC)
(1) Chlormequat chloride (CCC) relieves the “heat-eating” damage to seeds
Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in rice growing.
When the temperature of rice seeds exceeds 40°C for more than 12 hours, first wash them with clean water, and then soak the seeds with 250mg/LChlormequat chloride (CCC) liquid for 48 hours.   The liquid should submerge the seeds.   After washing the medicinal solution, germinating at 30℃ can partially relieve the damage caused by "eating heat".

(2) Chlormequat chloride (CCC) to cultivate strong seedlings
Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in Corn growing.
Spray 0.15%~0.25% chemical solution at the early stage of tillering, with a spray volume of 50kg/667㎡ (the concentration should not be higher, otherwise heading and maturity will be delay), which can make the wheat seedlings shorter and stronger, increase tillering, and increase yield by 6.7%~20.1% .

(3) Chlormequat chloride (CCC) inhibits stem and leaf growth, resists lodging, and increases yield.
Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in wheat growing.
Spraying Chlormequat chloride (CCC) at the end of tillers and the beginning of jointing can effectively inhibit the elongation of the internodes of the lower 1 to 3 nodes of the stem, which is extremely beneficial to preventing wheat lodging and increasing the ear rate.   If 1 000~2 000 mg/LChlormequat chloride (CCC) is sprayed during the jointing stage, it will inhibit the elongation of internode and also affect the normal development of ears, resulting in reduce yield.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in sorghum growing.
Soak seeds with 20~40mg/L liquid for 12 hours. The liquid:seed ratio is 1:0.8.  Dry and then sow.  This can make the plants short and strong and increase yield significantly.  About 35 days after sowing, use 500~2 000 mg/L liquid and spray 50 kg of liquid every 667㎡ to make the plants dwarfed, with strong stems, dark green at night, thick leaves, resistance to lodging, ear weight, and thousand-grain weight.  increase, increase production.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in Barley growing.
Spraying 50 kg of chemical solution every 667 square meters when the barley base internode begins to elongate with 0.2% chemical solution can reduce the plant height by about 10cm, increase the thickness of the stem wall, and increase the yield by about 10%.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in sugarcane growing.
Spray the whole plant with 1 000~2 500 mg/LC Chlormequat chloride (CCC) 42 days before harvest, which can dwarf the whole plant and increase the sugar content.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in cotton growing.
 Spray the whole plant with 30~50mL/L liquid during the first flowering stage and the second time during the full flowering stage, which can achieve the effects of dwarfing, topping and increasing yield.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in soybeans growing.
wait for the bean seeds to wrinkle before sowing them in a cool place. It can dwarf the bean seeds, promote branching, and increase the number of pods. During the early flowering period, spray 50 kg of 100~200 mg/L liquid per 667㎡ to dwarf the plant, promote branching, and increase the number of pods. Spray the leaves with 1 000~2 500 mg/L liquid during the flowering period to dwarf the plants, make the stems stronger, prevent lodging, increase branches, increase the number of pods and seeds, and increase yield. During the blooming period, spray leaves with 1 000~2 500 mg/L liquid, spraying 50 kg per 667 square meters, which can inhibit leggy growth, make the stems stronger, reduce grains, increase grain weight, and increase yield by 13.6%. However, use Chlormequat chloride (CCC ) concentration should not exceed 2 500 mg/L.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in sesame growing.
Spray 30 mg/L liquid twice at the true leaf stage (at an interval of 7 days), which can reduce the plant height and the position of the initial capsule, resulting in short legs and thick stems, resistance to lodging, and short nodes and dense capsules. , increase the number of capsule segments and grain weight, and increase yield by about 15%. Spraying 60~100 mg/L liquid on the whole plant before final flowering can increase chlorophyll content and photosynthesis, promote nitrogen metabolism and increase protein.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in cucumbers growing.
When 3 to 4 true leaves open, spray the leaves with 100 to 500 mg/L liquid to dwarf the plants. When 14 to 15 leaves are opened, spraying with 50 to 100 mg/L liquid can promote fruit setting and increase yield.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in Melon growing.

Spraying seedlings with 100~500 mg/L chemical solution can strengthen seedlings, control growth, resist drought and cold, and increase yield.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in zucchini growing.
Use 100~500 mg/L medicinal solution to drizzle seedlings to control growth, resist drought, cold and increase yield.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in tomatoes growing.
Spraying the leaves with 500~1 000 mg/L liquid during the early flowering period can control vigorous growth, promote reproductive growth, increase fruit setting rate, and increase yield and quality.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in peppers growing.

For peppers that have a tendency to grow leggy, spray 20-25 mg/L liquid during the initial flowering period to inhibit the growth of stems and leaves, make the plants dwarf and strong, with dark green leaves, and enhance cold and drought resistance. Spray chlormequat 100~125 mg/L liquid during the flowering period, which can produce more fruits, promote early maturity of peppers, increase yields, and improve resistance to bacterial wilt.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in mandarins growing.
Spraying 2 000 to 4 000 mg/L liquid or watering 500 to 1 000 mg/L liquid during the summer shoot growth period can inhibit summer shoots, shorten branches, increase fruit setting rate by more than 6%, and produce orange-red fruits. , shiny, bright and pleasing to the eye. Increase commodity value and increase production by 10%~40%.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in apples and pears growing.
After harvesting, spraying 1 000 to 3 000 mg/L liquid on the leaves can inhibit the growth of autumn shoots, promote the formation of flower buds, increase fruit set in the next year, and improve stress resistance.

(4) Chlormequat chloride (CCC) can promote tuber growth
From potato budding to flowering stage, use 1 000~2 000 mg/L liquid, spray 40 kg per 667㎡. It is advisable to keep all the leaves moist. This can delay the growth of stems and leaves, shorten the internodes, make the plant compact, and increase the chlorophyll content. , changing the distribution ratio of assimilation in the plant, the tuber formation time is advanced by 7 days, the growth rate is accelerated, the proportion of large tubers is increased, the number of large tubers over 50g is increased by 7%~10%, and the yield is increased by 30%~50%. The appearance performance Because the internodes are shortened, the plant is compact, the leaves are dark green, and the leaves become thicker.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in Sweet potato growing.
30 days after planting, spray 50 kg of 2 500 mg/L chemical solution per 667 square meters to control the excessive growth of potato vines and increase yield by 15% to 30%.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in carrots growing.
Use 500~1 000 mg/L liquid medicine and spray the whole plant when the underground part begins to expand, which can promote expansion and increase yield.

(5) Chlormequat chloride (CCC) can improve plant stress resistance
Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in peanuts growing.
Treating peanuts at the three-leaf stage with 75-300 mg/L medicinal solution can increase the endogenous abscisic acid content of the seedlings, increase the activity of the protective enzyme (superoxide dismutase) that can prevent oxidative free radical damage, and increase the water content of the leaves. To improve drought resistance, the dosage is 150 mg/L.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in Soybeans growing.
Chlormequat can promote plant root growth, improve root water absorption capacity, increase the accumulation of proline in the body, and enhance plant resistance to drought, cold, salt-alkali and disease resistance. Soak seeds with 10~20 mg/L liquid for 6~12 h, the liquid should submerge the seeds.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in eggplant growing.
In the seedling stage, spray 300~500 mg/L liquid on the leaves, spraying 50 kg of liquid on every 667 square meters, which can inhibit the leggy growth and short internode of eggplant seedlings, promote root development, and enhance stress resistance.

(6) Chlormequat chloride (CCC) can delay aging and improve storage stability
Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in sugar beets growing.
During storage, sugar content will be reduced due to respiration and germination, and may even rot. Spray 0.1%~0.3% liquid medicine evenly per 100 kg of beet roots, and the sugar content will be reduced by 30%~40%.
For crocus, use 200 mg/L liquid spray evenly on the leaves in the evening, spray once every 7 to 10 days, and treat it 2 to 3 times in total. The weight of the bulb will increase and the storage tolerance will be enhanced.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in lettuce growing. 
Dip the leaves with 60 mg/L medicinal solution to keep them fresh and store them when the temperature is high. Use a small concentration, and vice versa.
Shi Diao Bai (Asparagus) Soaking the base with 125~500 mg/L liquid can delay the chlorophyll fading.

(7) Chlormequat chloride (CCC) can delay growth

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in Tea tree growing. 
Spraying 250 mg/L liquid in late September can promote the growth of tea trees to stop early, which is beneficial to overwintering and good spring shoot growth in the second year. In order to avoid excessive concentration during the tea picking period, 50 mg/L liquid was 

(8) Chlormequat chloride (CCC) can induce flower bud differentiation
Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in Apricot growing. 
Spraying 3 000 mg/L liquid when the new shoots grow to 15~50 cm (late May to early June) can inhibit the growth of new shoots and increase the number of flower buds, significantly improving fruit quality.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in grapes growing. 
When the new shoots are 15-40 cm long, spraying 500 mg/L liquid can promote the differentiation of the main vines. Spray 300 mg/L 14 days before flowering or spray 1 000-2 000 mg/L during the rapid growth period of the secondary shoots. L, can promote the buds on the secondary shoots to differentiate into flower buds, make the fruit ears compact, the fruit beautiful, and improve the quality and yield.
For Indian Rhododendron, use 0.4g/pot of 50% chlormequat aqueous solution mixed into the pot soil to promote flower bud differentiation, but use 2 340 mg/L under long daylight conditions.

(9) Chlormequat chloride (CCC) can dwarf plants and improve their ornamental appearance
Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in hibiscus growing. 
When the new shoots grow to 5~7 cm, spray the leaves with 100 mg/L liquid to achieve a good dwarfing effect.

Chlormequat chloride (CCC) use in Chrysanthemum growing. 
Spraying with 3 000~5 000 mg/L liquid will increase the size of the flowers and extend the flowering period of chrysanthemums. Spraying with 800~1500 mg/L liquid can control the growth of chrysanthemums, dark green leaves, and improve the ornamental value.
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