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Studies on the physiology of germination in pome fruits. III. Comparative varietal studies of the temperature requirements of stratified seed of pome fruits and of the reversibility of the stratification processes



Studies on the physiology of germination in pome fruits. III. Comparative varietal studies of the temperature requirements of stratified seed of pome fruits and of the reversibility of the stratification processes



Z. Pflanzenz 35: 89-97



Experiments with stratified seed of two apple varieties and one pear variety showed the optimum temperature for germination to be between 3 and 4 degrees C. in each case.

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