Root Framework Engineering (RSA), the dispersion of roots in the dirt, assumes a significant part in plant endurance. RSA is formed by different formative cycles that are generally represented by the phytohormone auxin, proposing that auxin controls reactions of roots that are significant for nearby variation. Be that as it may, auxin has a focal function in various cycles, and it is muddled which sub-atomic systems add to the variety in RSA for natural variation. Utilizing normal variety in Arabidopsis, we distinguish EXOCYST70A3 as a modulator of the auxin framework that causes variety in RSA by following up on PIN4 protein dissemination. Allelic variety and hereditary annoyance of EXOCYST70A3 lead to change of root gravitropic reactions, bringing about an alternate RSA profundity profile and dry season opposition. By and large our discoveries propose that the neighborhood adjustment of the pleiotropic auxin pathway can offer ascent to particular RSAs that can be versatile in explicit conditions.