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Reproductive biology and herbicidal sensitivity of maypop passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)
Author(s): G. Wehtje, R. B. Reed and R. R. Dute
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Weed Science
Article Topic(s): Germination, Herbicide, Light, Propagation
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Passiflora incarnata (Purple passionflower),
AbstractEvaluates the germination, growth, and herbicide tolerance of Passiflora incarnata. Seeds that were water-leached and not exposed to light had the greatest germination percentage. The most rapid germination and seedling growth occurred between 30-35 C. Mature roots and rhizomes were able to regenerate.
Suggested CitationG. Wehtje, R. B. Reed and R. R. Dute. "Reproductive biology and herbicidal sensitivity of maypop passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)." Weed Science 33.4 (1985): 484-490.