SEED TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY IN CROP PRODUCTION - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4304 | Page : 308·312
Citation :- SEED TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY IN CROP PRODUCTION - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2003.(24):308·312
5.5. Kulkarni andB.M. Chittapur
Address : Department of Agronomy, College of Agriculture, UAS. Dharwad - 580 005, India

Abstract

Pre sowing seed treatment soaking with water, mineral solutions (viz., CaCl 2, ZnSO 4, cobalt sulphate/chloride, K 2SO 4, KH 2O 4, CuSO 4, sodium molybdate, boric acid, manganous sulphate and other) or growth regulators (viz., ascorbic acid, kinetin, benzyl adenine, GA, CCC and other) alone or in combination found to speed up germination process, increased germination rate and seedling vigour, improved resistance to water and salinity stress and increased crop yields. Being a low cost, easy to understand and simple technology, location specific and crop specific recommendation are needed. The available information, therefore, has been reviewed.

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