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Seed processing, storage conditions and seed viability



Seed processing, storage conditions and seed viability



Rice seed health: 343-352



The availability of viable rice seed of high quality, requiring a systems approach to harvesting, processing, drying, packaging, storing and monitoring seed germinability, is discussed. Seed viability can be efficiently extended by cold and dry storage in airtight containers. Improved measures and alternative choices are presented.

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