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Cranberry seed storage trials






Acta Horticulturae (61): 211-215

Cranberry seed storage trials

Data on percentage germination are presented for washed seeds stored dry or moist at various temperatures and for various times; the cvs Howes and Early Black were used. The easiest method, dry storage at room temperature, ensured good germination for at least 6 months but for storage for a year or more the seed had to be sealed dry in plastic bags and kept at 5 deg C.


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