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Results of studies on the physiology of germination of pome and stone fruits.



Results of studies on the physiology of germination of pome and stone fruits.



Garten-bauwiss 27: 193-8. bibl. 9



A mercurial disinfectant in the Buchinger germinator did not affect the germination of common plum seeds, but did reduce that of the apple seeds. Intact apple seeds only germinated satisfactorily in the germinator at a low temperature (2-6 degrees C.), and did not germinate at 18-21 degrees. When the seed coat was removed apple seeds germinated rapidly at room temperature, but root growth was checked.

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