The Effect of After-Ripening Treatment on the Germination of Eastern Hemlock Seed
Technique of handling seed rather than its quality is often responsible for low germination. The author gave his experimental seed an after-ripening treatment by stratification at low temperatures and found its germination per cent to have increased beyond that generally accepted for the species.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Brown Company, Berlin, N. H.
Publication date: 1930-10-01
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