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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

Priming Treatments to Improve Pine Seed Vigor
Hallgren, S. W.
1987: Oklahoma City, OK
Osmotic priming improved both final germination and rapidity of germination in loblolly pine and showed a detrimental effect or no effect on slash pine seeds. The beneficial effects of priming were lowest for stratified seeds and greatest at a low germination temperature.
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