Induction of Dormancy in Mungbean - A Review

@inproceedings{Singh2017InductionOD,
  title={Induction of Dormancy in Mungbean - A Review},
  author={Priyanka Singh},
  year={2017}
}
The germination phenomenon of physiologically mature grains in the pod, usually under wet conditions just before harvest, is termed as pre-harvest sprouting (PHS). Pre harvest sprouting occurs in field crops such as cereals as well as pulses in most region of the world. The nondormant character is undesirable for mung bean cultivation in summer season where at harvest stage of the crop rains are invariably received and cause heavy losses of produce by way of sprouting of pods in the field. It… CONTINUE READING

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