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Seed germination and dormancy breaking techniques for indigenous medical and aromatic plants.
We define dormancy as a state in which seed germination does not take place even when the favorable environmental factors (temperature, moisture, light/dark etc.
To test for genotype-by-environment interactions in seed germination and seedling survival I performed a reciprocal-transplant experiment between sites in native and degraded-forest habitats.
Seed germination of wild and cultivated Stenocereus stellatus (Cactaceae) from the Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Valley, central Mexico.
Though having uniform seed germination is ideal from an agricultural point of view, these lettuce breeding efforts have also led to the abandonment of this laboratory exercise demonstrating how light can regulate seed germination in plants.
The objectives of this study is to determine the effects of heavy metals on seed germination, plant growth, biomass and examine their uptake by alfalfa (Medicago sativa) in soil- vermicompost media.
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A I WOULD not use grass seed at this time of year as there is too great a risk that soil conditions will be wet and/or too cold, resulting in little seed germination or seedling failure.
The scientists are comparing the test hydromulch to three conventional ones for seed germination, cost, and erosion control.