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Study regarding the influence of the bio stimulator bioseed on bell pepper seed germination

Published in Scientific Papers. Series B. Horticulture, Vol. LVI
Written by Elena Maria DRĂGHICI, Andy BRATOSIN, Elena DOBRIN, Maria PELE

The study was conducted in Hortiviticol Systems Bioengineering Department, University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine - Bucharest. The purpose of this study was to test the product BioSeed 3 + and to recommended the best concentration for shortening and economic pepper seed germination. Research results have shown that the wetting of pepper seeds for 60 minutes before sowing in solutions of different concentrations BioSeed 3+ resulted in a shorter period of germination. The forming and growth rhythm of the roots was accelerated for all treated variants. This is a relevant aspect as the development of a vigorous radicular system leads to obtaining an appropriate sapling. Germination time for all treated variants of the pepper seeds was shortened which helps obtain quality seedlings earlier. Keeping in mind the species specific requirements regarding the germination temperature and timeframe, this provides an advantage as it saves on the energy required for heating the environment where the seedlings are produced.

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