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|標題:||Solid Matrix Priming of Asparagus Bean Seeds|
Solid matrix priming
‘Green-pod' asparagus bean seeds were primed via solid matrix priming using the vermiculite ＃2 and Agro-Lig as the solid matrix. The germination percentages of seeds were significantly affected by amount of water in the media during seed priming. The seeds were primed by the weight ratio of seed: vermiculite ＃2: 0.1%NaOCl=15:15:25 for three days that could short the mean germination days at 15℃, 25℃, and 35℃, as well as increased the germination percentage at 15℃. These primed seeds significantly had high emergence percentage and rate in the field. When the seeds germinated at 25℃, the inhibition rate of phaseⅠof the primed seeds was faster than those of the non-primed seeds. When increasing the water amount in the media during seed priming, the released CO2 from the priming seeds was increased and the value of the conductivity of the primed seeds was decreased. The conductivity value of the seeds primed with 25ml of water was lower 20µA/seed/4ml than that of non-primed seeds.
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