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EVALUATION OF MAIZE SEED SOWING VALUE IN TWO YEARS’ STORAGE PERIOD WITH WARM, COLD AND FIELD TESTS

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Author(s): Sulewska H. | Koziara W. | Panasiewicz K. | Ptaszyńska G.

Journal: Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Agricultura
ISSN 1644-0625

Volume: 8;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 21;
Date: 2009;
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Keywords: cold test | field test | maize | seed sowing value | storage | warm test

ABSTRACT
Seed germination capacity of 15 commercial maize hybrids, bought in 2000 which had been stored in two-year period, and tested in 2000-2002 at Poznan University of Life Sciences. Three types of tests have been applied: warm, cold and field emergency. Lower values were obtained in the cold test compared with the warm and field ones. Germination capacity of 14 out of 15 hybrids evaluated in the cold test was higher next year after purchase, but after another year dropped to the beginning value. Such trend was not observed in the other tests. Seed germination in field conditions in each year was more positively correlated with results of the warm test than of the cold one.
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