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produce buds, branches, or germinate

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This weed can germinate on minimal rainfall at temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees, and while it prefers lighter textured soils it will survive on heavier clays, Mr Daniel said.
ONCE you see weeds starting to germinate you know the soil is warm enough for hardy flower and veg seeds to be sown outdoors.
SEEDS want light and heat to germinate so either a heated propagator or nice sunny windowsill are the best spots.
A WORD ON WATERING...Seeds will shiver and rot if compost is too wet and cold but won't germinate at all in dry soil.
Water with a fine rose, cover with sheet of glass or plastic and leave to germinate. When large enough for transplanting in May, give them support to scramble up - a simple teepee of bamboo sticks is ideal.
diff spores need to germinate and become growing bacteria that produce toxins and damage the large intestine.
These results indicate that water stress harmed germination, so seeds demanded more time to germinate. The GSI of the DKB hybrid, at the highest and the lowest studied osmotic potentials, were 10.43 and 2.15 germinated seeds per day, respectively (Figure 1B).
Hundred grams of seeds were soaked in distilled water for 12 h at 25 C and were then spread on a clean water soaked jute bag for 24 h to germinate. The seeds were rinsed after every 6 h intervals in running tap water for 10 min to reduce fungal contamination [10].
Rain causes seeds to germinate rapidly, and once germinated, critters rarely consume the seed.
After 12 hours, water was drained; the bean samples were allowed to germinate under a wet cheese cloth for four days.
Assisted by a couple of cardinals and a number of priests, the patriarch recited verses from the Gospels of Luke depicting crops sprouting out of the Good Earth in exactly the same way his flock of faithful harkens to tidings of Christ that germinate soon one hundredfold inside their good heart!
The application of exogenous ABA is related to the accumulation of reserve protein transcripts in seeds that germinate precociously (REN; BEWLEY, 1999), the routes of translation that increase desiccation tolerance (BECKETT et al., 2005) and increases in soluble sugars, which are associated with desiccation tolerance.
Alternatively you can germinate them in an airing cupboard before transferring them to a warm, well-lit windowsill when the seedlings appear.
The experimental result presented in Figure 1 showed that the OPR system prolonged germinate time.