Mudasir Qadir and Fatima Khan*

Govt College of Science and Commerce Benazeer-462 008 Bhopal (India) *Department of Botany, Govt. College Nassullah Ganj-466 331 (India)


In the present investigation, seeds of Desmodium gangeticum were subjected to various treatments to achieve early germination by breaking dormancy. A cursory look at the table 1 indicates that only 19% of D. gangeticum seeds could germinate under controlled conditions. Whereas, a germination percentage of 91 was achieved in the stratified seeds followed by 71% under the influence of IAA and 57% under brassinolide treatment. In this way, stratification is the best method for breaking the seed dormancy of D. gangeticum.

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