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Canola seed survival over winter in the field in Alaska

, : Canola seed survival over winter in the field in Alaska. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 70(3): 799-807

Factors affecting seed survival of rape Tobin over 2 winters in the field at Delta Junction were studied. In Oct. seeds were placed in polypropylene mesh envelopes and buried. The packets were exhumed the next spring and seed viability was determined. Factors studied included seed age, fungicide treatment, protection by snow-fence enclosures, burial depth and spring retrieval date. During the 1st winter, survival of seeds near the soil surface until Mar. was 65%, but many died during spring.

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