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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Propagation of Juniperus: Challenges to Propagation and Opportunities for Improvement
Scott A. Lee, Bert M. Cregg, and Clark Fleege
1995: Kearney, NE
Production of Juniperus in forest and conservation nurseries is often limited due to
poor or erratic seed germination. Poor seed germination of Juniperus may be due to several
factors, including a high proportion of dead, unfilled, or immature seed, seed-coat dormancy
and embryo dormancy. The germination rate of seed sown may be increased through seed
quality testing and treating seed to overcome dormancy. We discuss methods to separate
seed, and improve seed quality and pre-treatment techniq ues to overcome dormancy.
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