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In the present study, the objective was to find a suitable, simple and effective seed test method predicting field emergence capacity, to combine two and more methods to estimate it better than the standard procedures, and to identify the most suitable condition of time and temperature for accelerated ageing test in safflower.
Concerning the physiological quality of the seeds, the variables: first germination count, germination, cold test and field emergence did not present significant difference for the treatments.
The germination percentage varied from 56% to 100%, while the field emergence percentage ranged between 0% and 84%.
Once Patches 4 and 5 were removed from the data set, overall greenhouse emergence was 41.4% (123/297) and field emergence was 28.0% (74/264).
Two cycles of selection for seedling height in alfalfa increased field emergence by 4% [cycle.sup.-1] at one of two locations (Klos and Brummer, 2000b).
Field emergence and other agronomical traits decreased from optimum condition of irrigation to mild and high water deficit stress levels in both cultivars, significantly (Table 5).
We then selected 14 of the planted species representing a range of growth forms and establishment successes for germination, field emergence and seedling survival testing.
Seed physiological quality was analyzed by germination (BRASIL, 1992) and vigor tests [first germination count and accelerating aging (LIMA et al., 2006)], both at the Laboratory of Seed Analysis, Agronomy Department--UFV, as well as the field emergence test was carried out at the Experimental Station Diogo Alves de Mello, Agronomy Department of the same university.
Mean shoot length at 12[degrees]C and the G50 value, however, were both significantly correlated with the field emergence index.
For example, field emergence percentages of pepper generally were unaffected by priming (Bradford et al., 1990) while some of the field emergence trials found little response to seed priming in pepper (Yaklich and Orzolek, 1977).
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