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Effect of seed sowing position on the emergence of beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and soyabeans (Glycine max L.)

Effect of seed sowing position on the emergence of beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and soyabeans (Glycine max L.)

Revista Brasileira de Sementes 15(1): 63-65

Soyabean and Phaseolus vulgaris seeds obtained from the 1990/91 harvest in Sao Paulo, Brazil, were sown on sand in the laboratory in different positions: with the hilum facing downwards; with the hilum facing upwards; leaning on one side; with the radicle pointing upwards; and with the radicle pointing downwards. Standard germination and vigour tests were carried out.

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