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Periodicity in germination of weed seeds


, : Periodicity in germination of weed seeds. Program and Abstracts of Papers, Weed Science Conference and Workshop in India, 1977r 98): 60

Periodicity in germination of 10 rabi and 8 kharif weed species was studied from July 1972 to June 1973. It was observed that rabi and kharif weeds germinated better during the months and at the temperatures which corresponded to their period of growth. Alternating rather than constant temperatures favoured seed germination.

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