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Response of snap bean to seed separation by aerodynamic properties



Response of snap bean to seed separation by aerodynamic properties



HortScience 11(5): 469-471



Seed of 11 snap bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) cultivars were separated by aerodynamic properties in a vertical air column into 2 equal (heavy and light) volumes. The separation technique did not effect seed germination, seedling emergence or plant survival at full expansion of the first trifoliate leaf. However, seed remaining in the air column after aspiration (heavy seed) produced fewer weak plants and fewer plants with root rot (Rhizoctonia solani) at the first trifoliate leaf stage.

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