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Effect of seed pelleting with nutrients in blow buffel (Cenchrus glaucus) cv. CO 1.
Seed pelleting studies in Cenchrus revealed that seed pelleted with CuSO4 registred miximum germination, Seeds pelleted with DAP @ 60 g kg-1 of seeds in combination with FeSO4 or ZnSO4 @ 10g kg-1 ofExpand
Phytoremediation of dye contaminated soil by Leucaena leucocephala (subabul) seed and growth assessment of Vigna radiata in the remediated soil.
The present study was investigated for soil bioremediation through sababul plant biomass (Leucaena leucocephala). The soil contaminated with textile effluent was collected from Erode (chithode) area.Expand
Seed priming: triumphs and tribulations.
Priming has a long and chequered history dating back to time of Greeks. Seed priming has shown promise in enabling seeds to overcome biotic and abiotic stresses. Simple priming techniques using saltExpand
Seed Priming: A Feasible Strategy to Enhance Drought Tolerance in Crop Plants
Drought is a serious threat to the farming community, biasing the crop productivity in arid and semi-arid regions of the world. Drought adversely affects seed germination, plant growth, andExpand
Storability Evaluation of Primed Seeds of Rice (Oryza sativa) cv.PMK-4
The highest seed vigour normally established during the physiological maturity and then successively declined or deterioration sequentially occurred depending on storage conditions and chemicalExpand
Seed Quality Improvement in Amaranthus polygonoides var. PLR 1 through Specific Gravity Separator
Amaranthus is the leafy vegetable belongs to the family Amaranthaceae. Amaranthus is also known as Poor man’s Spinach because of its high nutrition at cheaper cost. It is the rich source of protein.Expand
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