germinate

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Synonyms for germinate

produce buds, branches, or germinate

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Cleavers seedlings which until now have been held back by the dry weather are now at three whorls with autumn germinators already climbing up through the crop,'' said Stuart Jackson an agronomist with Dow AgroSciences.
SOW your half-hardy annuals in a heated greenhouse or propagator, particularly slow germinators like petunias, begonias and geraniums (Pelargoniums).
The refrigerators are actually specialized germinators that provide 55 combinations of day and night temperatures ranging from 0 [degree] C to 40 [degrees] C (32 [degrees] F to 104 [degrees] F).
Any early germinators not used could be planted, but once an initial planting came into bearing, it would soon supply all future planting material on a year-round basis and no further introductions were needed until commercial demand for planting material occurred at the start of the 20th century.
Regardless of the particular spring, he explains that delaying treatment tends to mean better spraying conditions and maximum emergence of later germinators, giving more reliable and complete control.