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Germination studies of aerial bulblets of Allium vineale L. and A. canadense L.
Author(s): A. Krochmal
Journal: American Midland Naturalist
Article Topic(s): Germination, Propagation
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Allium canadense (Meadow garlic),
AbstractInvestigates the germination of bulblets of Allium canadense and A. vineale following storage. Storing bulblets at 33F and 40F shortened the dormancy period. However, bulblets stored at room temperature for three years did not germinate. Large bulblets have a higher germination rate than small bulblets.
Suggested CitationA. Krochmal. "Germination studies of aerial bulblets of Allium vineale L. and A. canadense L." American Midland Naturalist 63.2 (1960): 497-508.