[nafex] Gibberellin (GA)

Gordon C. Nofs gcnofs at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 10 22:42:53 EST 2001


I have used Ga3 to bypass stratification on nut seeds with much success. I 
carefully remove the shell first. I only used 100 to 1 dilution
    Gordon
************************************************************

Hello,

The following web page talks about Gibberellin (GA) can be
used to bypass apple seed stratification.  Does anyone know
what it is?

======
http://agschool.fvsc.peachnet.edu/html/Publications/PlantScience/ars102.htm

"We concluded that Gibberellin (GA) treatment of dormant
apple embryos could be used to bypass stratification. This
practice is suggested for those who are not interested in
higher rates of germination and do not want to wait the
minimum time required for partial stratification.
Application of Cytokinins along with Gibberellin (GA)
treatment is further suggested to produce a synergistic
effect in the germination of dormant apple seeds."
========

The article also states that ABA (rooting hormome) will hold
a seed a seed in dormancy.  Something I never knew.

Strange that the hormone that helps stimulate roots, will
hold a seed in dormancy.

Regards,
Tom
--
Thomas Olenio
Ontario, Canada
Hardiness Zone 6a


_________________________________________________________________
Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com


------------------------ Yahoo! Groups Sponsor ---------------------~-~>
Make good on the promise you made at graduation to keep
in touch. Classmates.com has over 14 million registered
high school alumni--chances are you'll find your friends!
http://us.click.yahoo.com/l3joGB/DMUCAA/4ihDAA/VTJVlB/TM
---------------------------------------------------------------------_->

 

Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/ 





More information about the nafex mailing list