EFFECT OF THIOUREA AND KINETIN ON SEED GERMINATION OF SYZYGIUM CUMINI (L.) SKEELS

Sushama U. Borkar, Rajesh S. Gaikwad

Abstract


Seed germination in response to various pre-sowing treatments was studied. The above experiment was conducted and observed that, Thiourea for 45 minutes and Kinetin for 60 minutes favoured maximum seed germination and enhancement in shoot length and root length.


Keywords


Syzygium cumini, Germination, Shoot Length and Root Length .

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