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Seed Germination and Soil Temperature
... Germination Means It Will Take Longer Some books give minimum temperatures for germination. This is the lowest temperature at which germination will occur for that crop, but the length of time for germination ... will continue to rise and germination will proceed at a rapid rate. Planting at a lower temperature results in greatly reduced germination. Some crops require fluctuating temperatures ...
www.ext.vt.edu

Publication: Using Starter Fertilizers for Corn, Grain Sorghum and Soybeans
... fertilizer in the seed furrow, commonly called “pop-up,” requires care to prevent germination injury from fertilizer salts. Metering equipment must function properly to deliver uniform low rates ... salt damage will be minimal or will not occur. Problems from salt damage, such as reduced germination and emergence, can be anticipated when soil moisture becomes limited because no rainfall occurs for ...
www.ianrpubs.unl.edu

Quercus falcata Michx
... some will sprout during storage (6). One study showed that the germination percentage of cherrybark oak acorns is significantly reduced by submersion in water for 34 days (27). Seed Production and ... apparently caused by leaching of salicylic acid, an inhibitor, from the oak crowns by rain. Reduced germination and growth of seedlings was also shown in greenhouse studies using soil obtained from under ...
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Plant Pathology: Infection Process
... and minerals secreted by plants at the leaf surface can non-specifically trigger spore germination or provide nutrition for the pathogen. Some pathogenic spores will not germinate in the ... , diversion and retention of photosynthetic products by the pathogen stunts plant growth, and further reduced the plant's photosynthetic efficiency. In addition, pathogens affect water relations in the plants ...
bugs.bio.usyd.edu.au

Plant Pathology: Disease Management: Cultural Management Practices
... disease development. Spread of soil-borne diseases that rely on splash-dispersal can be reduced, but other diseases, for which the altered environment is favourable, can be enhanced. The ... treated before use. Similarly, overhead watering can prolong leaf wetness, increasing the likelihood of germination and infection by fungal spores. It can also facilitate splash-dispersal of inoculum. However, ...
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How to Grow Basil
... . Sow evenly, covering with 1/4" of soil and keep moist and free of weeds. Germination will occur within 5 - 8 days. Once seedlings have developed, they can be thinned or ... . If the plant flowers and form seeds, it will become woody and yield will be reduced. Culinary Uses: Basil's warm spicy essence is revered by cooks from the Orient to ...
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Angiosperm Families - Acanthaceae Juss.
... Anthers separate from one another, or connivent; dorsifixed (often with one lobe reduced or abortive); dehiscing via longitudinal slits; unilocular to bilocular; tetrasporangiate; appendaged ( ... which become sticky or slimy when wet. Polyembryony recorded (and common). Seedling. Germination phanerocotylar. Physiology, biochemistry. Cyanogenic (rarely), or not cyanogenic. Alkaloids present, or absent. ...
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Angiosperm Families - Aceraceae Juss.
... , or absent (rarely); of separate members, or annular (annular or lobed, or reduced to teeth, rarely absent). Perianth with distinct calyx and corolla, or sepaline ( ... (1/8); curved. The radicle lateral. Polyembryony recorded (in one species). Seedling. Germination phanerocotylar, or cryptocotylar (rarely). Primary root persistent. Physiology, biochemistry. Not cyanogenic. Alkaloids present ...
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Plant Propagation from Seed
... germination is limited or reduced, germination can be severely retarded or inhibited. Temperature A favorable temperature is another important requirement of germination. It not only affects the germination percentage but also the rate of germination ...
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Seed Germination Database
... Seed Germination Database Seed Germination Database The following seed germination guide is property of Thompson & Morgan. This guide is out of print and not property ... can be reduced by about 5 degrees F and ventilation and light should be given. Some perennials and tree and shrub seeds can be very slow and erratic in germination. This may ...
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