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Home Publications 1982 Southern Nursery Conferences Measuring Southern Pine Seed Quality with a Conductivity Meter - Does it work?

Measuring Southern Pine Seed Quality with a Conductivity Meter - Does it work?

Preliminary tests of an ASA-610 Automatic Seed Analyzer from Agro Sciences, Inc. with five species of southern pines indicate that valid estimates of seed quality are possible from leachate conductivity measurements. Several factors which influence the results are discussed. Studies still in progress are expected to bring measurement errors to within acceptable limits.


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Author(s): F. T. Bonner, J. A. Vozzo

Publication: 1982 Southern Nursery Conferences

Event: Southern Nursery Conferences - Eastern Session
1982 - Savannah, GA

Section: Seed Handling

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