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  1. 1988-02-01 For the most complete, up-to-date information on starting plants from seed, turn toThe New Seed-Starter's Handbook. Written by a gardener with 30 years of experience, this easy-to-use reference explains everything you need to know how to start seeds and raise healthy seedlingssuccessfully. An...
  2. 1985-03-01 This booklet looks at the Danish Government Institute of Seed Pathology for Developing Countries and the work that they do training plant pathologist and seed technologist, research, and the introduction of seed pathology coursed in developing countries. 15 pages, illustrated, photos
  3. 1983-04-01 To help leaders of seed programs identify the essential elements and then organize a plan to manage them well, the International Agricultural Development Service has published a guide resulting from the collective efforts of 16 persons with many years of experience in developing seed programs....
  4. Key Resource 2001-07-11 Maintain viability with these techniques for proper seed storage! Healthy, viable seeds are the foundation for sustainable crop production, while poorly kept seeds can result in low germination and crop loss. Seed Storage of Horticultural Crops suggests appropriate strategies to help farmers and...
  5. 1985-01-01 115 pages, illustrated Practical Manuals for Genebanks: no. 1
  6. 2004-01-01 This is a collection of separate papers: Seed Processing & Storage, Isolation Distance for Seed Crops, Bean Seed Production, Brassica Seed Production, Cucumber Seed Production, Pepper Seed Production, and Tomato Seed Production. papers vary 17-35pages, illustrations
  7. This is a guide listingtechniques for harvesting, saving and storing vegetable & some fruit seeds. 20 pages, photos
  8. 1954-01-01 The goal of our work is to find the best way to preserve seed by conducting experiments on the factors affecting viability and vigor of seeds if properly stored. 32 pages, illustrations
  9. 2001-01-20 This manual is intended for plant propagators, conservationists, land managers, and others in Hawaii who need to store seeds of native Hawaiian plants, but do not have access to specialized facilities or staff. The techniques it describes require only simple facilities. 30 pages
  10. This handbook provides an introduction to seed storage physiology for those responsible for plant genetic conservation and a selective summary of the literature on seed survival in storage, and thus on seed storage behaviour, for almost 7000 species from 251 families. (Letters A-H)