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Germination of Horse Purslane (Trianthema portulacastrum) in Relation to Temperature, Storage Conditions, and Seeding Depths
R. S. Balyan and V. M. Bhan
Vol. 34, No. 4 (Jul., 1986), pp. 513-515
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4044228
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Horse purslane (Trianthema portulacastrum L. # TRTPO) seeds germinated from 20 to 45 C. Maximum germination of 90% was observed at 35 C. Germination was highest between the 4th and 8th days of incubation. Horse purslane seeds did not exhibit dormancy. Freshly harvested seeds when incubated at 35 C germinated to the extent of 54 to 56%. Seed germination steadily increased up to 7 and 8 months when stored under laboratory and field conditions, respectively. Seeds stored in soil had significantly higher germination than those stored in the laboratory. Maximum seedling emergence resulted when seeds were planted at 1 cm and gradually declined with the increased seeding depth. Seeds lying on the surface gave very poor seedling emergence.
Weed Science © 1986 Weed Science Society of America