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Effects of different storage conditions on the viability of soyabean seed



Effects of different storage conditions on the viability of soyabean seed



Anales del Instituto de Biologia Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Botanica1982 1984; 47-53: 61-72



The effects of temp., RH, contamination by fungi, application of fungicides and physiological damage were studied to evaluate the germinability of stored seeds of several soyabean cultures. Viability of Bragg, Cajeme and Hood was adversely affected by high temp. combined with high RH values. The addition of the pesticide Evershield Captan-Dieldrin did not affect germination rates of Tropicana and Hood, Tropicana performing better than the other cultivars at high temp. and RH.

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