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Studies on the seed germination of palms. VI. On Cocos nucifera, Phoenix humilis var. hanceana and Phoenix sylvestris


, : Studies on the seed germination of palms. VI. On Cocos nucifera, Phoenix humilis var. hanceana and Phoenix sylvestris. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 42(4): 380-388

The optimum temperature for germination of coconut and P. sylvestris was 30-35 deg C, and 30 deg for P. humilis. The minimum times for seed germination in coconut, P. humilis and P. sylvestris were 107, 25 and 15 days, respectively.

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