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Germination differences in some sugarbeet cultivars

Germination differences in some sugarbeet cultivars

Sementi Elette 32(1/2): 39-43

Pelletted seeds of 8 monogerm cultivars were germinated in controlled conditions at temperatures between 3.5 and 9.5 degrees C. Averaged over all 5 temperatures, Monodoro had the highest percentage germination.

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