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Receptivity of stigma, viability of pollen and opening of flowers in Coriandrum sativum and Foeniculum vulgare



Receptivity of stigma, viability of pollen and opening of flowers in Coriandrum sativum and Foeniculum vulgare



Agric, Pakist, 12: 29-41. bibl. 7



In coriander the stigma was receptive for 5 days, the first 3 giving the highest set. Pollen remained viable for a maximum of 24 hours. For emasculation and hand pollination the buds should be at least 4 days old. In fennel the stigma was receptive for 4 days. The pollen remained viable for 10 hours, but the set fell rapidly with pollen more than 3 hours old. For emasculation and hand pollination the buds should be 10-14 days old.

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