Plant Growth Regulators are compounds that are employed to control the physiological, developmental, and growth processes of plants. They can affect many phases of plant growth, such as seed germination, vegetative growth, blooming, fruiting, and ripening. They can be organic or synthetic. PGRs can be utilized to increase agricultural productivity, raise product quality, and regulate plant growth for improved crop management. Auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, abscisic acid, ethylene, and brassinosteroids are a few examples of frequent PGRs.