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Effects of seasonal variations on the emergence of Solanum viarum and Sida rhombifolia under different sowing depths
Author(s): M.C. Souza, M.C. Parreira, C.L.D. Amaral, P.L.D.C.A. Alves
Journal: Revista Ceres
Journal Link: http://www.ceres.ufv.br/ceres/visao/site/index.php
Article Topic(s): Establishment methods, Germination
Research Setting(s): Greenhouse
Species Referenced: Sida rhombifolia (Cuban jute),
AbstractCompared the effects of seasonality and soil depth on the seed emergence of Solanum viarum and Sida rhombifolia. The highest percentages of seed emergence for Sida rhombifolia occurred between 1 and 4 cm depths.
Suggested CitationM. C. Souza, M. C. Parreira, C. L. D. Amaral, and P. L. D. C. A. Alves. "Effects of seasonal variations on the emergence of Solanum viarum and Sida rhombifolia under different sowing depths." Revista Ceres 58.6 (2011): 749-754.
Article LinksISSN: 0034-737X