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Influence of capsule age on germination on nondormant jimsonweed datura stramonium seed



Influence of capsule age on germination on nondormant jimsonweed datura stramonium seed



Weed Technology 4(1): 31-34



Seed capsules of field-grown jimsonweed were harvested 2, 4, 6, and 10 weeks after anthesis. Degree day accumulation from anthesis and weeks after anthesis were equal in predicting the time required for nondormant jimsonweed seed production and seed dry weight. Seed germination increased as capsule age increased from 2 to 6 weeks. No additional increase in germination was observed in seed from capsules collected 10 weeks after anthesis. Maximum seed weight was obtained from capsules 6 and 10 weeks old in 1986 and 1987, respectively. Germination was correlated highly with seed weight.

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