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Accelerated germination of oil palm seeds


, : Accelerated germination of oil palm seeds. Agronomia Angolana (31): 41-55

The conditions necessary for germination are reviewed, and the results obtained in specially constructed germinators (38-40 deg C and 95% RH) are presented.

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