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Viability of Soybean Seeds (Glycine Max [L.] Merr.) Varieties Argomulyo and Dena-1 Due to the Exposed on Saturated Steam or Stored at Low Temperatures

Okvi Hilleri, Eko Pramono, Muhammad Kamal
Published 2019

Abstract

The viability of the seed will be lower if stored longer, as well as seeds that are given the higher intensity of accelerated aging treatment. Is the decrease in viability of the Argomulyo and Dena-1 varieties of soybean seeds during the 0-6 month storage Stored at Low Temperatures, equivalent to those given the aging intensity accelerated with 40ᵒC saturated water vapor for 0-6 days is the problem studied in this experiment. The viability of soybean seeds was observed with the percentage of normal seedling and germination rates. At the 0-6 months of storage, percentage of normal seedling and germination rates were observed every month, as well as at the accelerated aging 0-6 days were observed every day The results showed that the viability of Argomulyo and Dena-1 seeds decreased similarly during storage periods of 0-6 months, as well as seeds those exposed to the treatment of accelerated aging with intensity of 0-6 days. The viability of Argomulyo and Dena-1 seeds during storage 0-6 months seem higher compared to the seeds those treated with accelerated aging 0-6 days.

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