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Establishment of effective electromagnetic origin factors, which reduces seed impurity, caused by microbiote



Establishment of effective electromagnetic origin factors, which reduces seed impurity, caused by microbiote



Zemes Ukio Inzinerija, Mokslo Darbai 38(1): 105-117



The influence of source of electromagnetic factors in reducing the virulence of a pathogenic fungus on seeds, and the energy consumed during the infection period were determined. The dependence of barley seed charge, received in an electric field, under a field power of 2.5x105, 3.5x105 and 4.5x105 V/m, when seed moisture was 10-16% limit, was established as well as the energy consumed by seeds (dose effect), under coronary discharge, electrostatic field and ultraviolet ray.

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