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Studies on the germination physiology of pome and stone fruits



Studies on the germination physiology of pome and stone fruits



Gartenbauwiss 2: 274-90. bibl. 8



The studies were largely restricted to plum, cherry and apricot. The following are the chief results from tests with embryos germinated in a Buchinger apparatus (a glass dish with a gridiron of glass rods on which the seeds rest in contact with water) and with whole seeds germinated in soil: (1) Embryos treated with a solution of Ceresan germinated well in the Buchinger apparatus if kept at room temperature.

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