Seed storage for the commercial propagatorCombined Proceedings of the International Plant Propagators' Society
Document TypeConference Proceeding
ConferenceFortieth Annual Meeting of the Eastern Region of the International Plant Propagators' Society
Publication VersionPublished Version
Conference TitleFortieth Annual Meeting of the Eastern Region of the International Plant Propagators' Society
Conference DateDecember 10-14, 1990
AbstractCommercial propagators routinely produce a diverse mix of seedlings, yet the volumes of the Proceedings of the International Plant Propagators' Society have remarkably little advice on seed storage. Most propagators plant freshly-collected seeds or store seeds only briefly before planting. But there may be advantages to storing seeds for future use. This report will consider some of those advantages, summarize pertinent reports on seed storage for landscape plants, and present some personal experiences with germination of stored seeds.
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Citation InformationMark P. Widrlechner. "Seed storage for the commercial propagator" Cleveland, OhioCombined Proceedings of the International Plant Propagators' Society Vol. 40 (1991) p. 571 - 575
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