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produce buds, branches, or germinate

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The plastic boxes were covered with foil and placed inside two black plastic bags and kept in germinators in a temperature of 20[degrees]C (established by the previous experiment).
1995), spring germinators must attain a suitable size to tolerate subsequent winter conditions (see Leishman et al.
And in deed if this misconception is not rectified quickly before it becomes another thorn in the flesh, it is certain that such statements as released by the ambassador al Dirdiery the chairman of the Misseriya delegation to The Hague and later President al Bashir where they declared their victory over Heglig Oil fields, are in fact non but war germinators.
On the bright side, Mr Beeney said delaying the treatment of problem weeds such as cleavers, wild oats and brome often meant better spraying conditions and maximum emergence of later germinators, giving more reliable and complete control.
Tests were conducted at 15[degrees]C in dark germinators (Meyer and Monsen, 1992).
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).