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A study of seed viability of Pinus taiwanensis and Cunninghamia lanceolata under different seed-moisture-content and storage-temperature conditions



A study of seed viability of Pinus taiwanensis and Cunninghamia lanceolata under different seed-moisture-content and storage-temperature conditions



Bull. Taiwan For. Res. Inst, 96, 11



In a statistically controlled experiment, seed of P. taiwanensis (a) was stored for 360 days and that of C. lanceolata (b) for 450 days in 1962-63 at 6, 10, 14, 18 and 22% seed m.c. and at 0.5 and 10 degrees C. Optimum m.c. for (a) was 6% and for (b) 14 followed closely by 18%. Optimum temperature for both species was 0 degrees.

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