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Effect of some plant stimulants on the dormancy of beech nuts



Effect of some plant stimulants on the dormancy of beech nuts



Nauka za Gorata 27(1): 16-22



Mast of Fagus sylvatica, either unchilled or stored at -5 degrees C for 6 or 12 weeks, were treated with (1) kinetin, 5-100 mg/litre, (2) gibberellic acid, 5-200 mg/litre, or (3) bile secretion, 1-10 mg/litre, either singly or in combination. The effects on germination were examined. Stimulation occurred earlier with the pre-chilled nuts.

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