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The germination of Celtis australis

The germination of Celtis australis

Banko Janakari 2(2): 143-144

Drupes of Celtis australis collected in Darchula District in December 1987 were given 4 treatments before germination tests were carried out: (1) whole drupes were sown without removal of the pericarp; (2) drupes were stratified for 67 days in about twice their volume of moist sand at 5 degrees C; (3) drupes were immersed in cooling boiled water (about 95 degrees C on immersion) and allowed to soak for 48 h; and (4) intact naked embryos were removed from the seed coat.

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