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STUDY ON EFFECT OF DIFFERENT GROWING MEDIA ( VERMICOMPOST , FYM AND GYPSUM ) IN SEED GERMINATION OF ONION ( ALLIUM CEPA L . )

@inproceedings{Singh2018STUDYOE,
  title={STUDY ON EFFECT OF DIFFERENT GROWING MEDIA ( VERMICOMPOST , FYM AND GYPSUM ) IN SEED GERMINATION OF ONION ( ALLIUM CEPA L . )},
  author={Shalini Singh and Prince Kumar Pal and Milind Chandrakar and Richa Sharma},
  year={2018}
}
Seed priming is an important to improve the seed germination and viability to get efficient growth in future. Traditionally seed been soaked in water and shown to the field directly without any priming treatment later manuring and fertilizer is done to improve output percentage present study is been conducted to study the effect of fertilizer on seed germination specifically for the purpose VC, FYM and gypsum has been selected. Our experiment was conducted to see the effect of fertilizers… 

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