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Why Plant Seeds Germinate?

Jan 30, 2018

Speaking of plant seeds, so a group of people are very fond of their own sowing, whether it is some flowers or vegetables and fruits, as long as the conditions can be said that there will always be a group of people to spread some seeds, vegetables, die, broadcast What are the seeds?


That can be said to this group of people who are more enthusiastic about the growth of plants and can bring joy and accomplishment in harvest

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In fact, in addition to its own reasons, the germination of a plant's seed still needs oxygen, water, sunlight and the interaction of these environmental factors in order to thrive


Moisture: With the moisture, the nutrients stored in the plant's seed body can have an effect, to promote cell expansion and growth


And for oxygen, a seed needs to breathe through oxygen from the start

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Temperature: Here different plants have their own suitable temperature, in fact, most of the appropriate temperature of the seeds are similar to our human comfort temperature, ranging from 15,16 degrees to 27,28 degrees, roughly in such a Interval, so there are also spring sowing and autumn sowing

Sunshine: Sunshine is one of the conditions for seed germination, but not for all the seeds, but most of the seeds, here can be divided into two kinds, the first need to light to sprout called: good Sexually transmitted seeds, in addition to light-sensitive seeds, also known as light-emitting seeds

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Fertilizer: Plant growth requires a variety of inorganic salts, inorganic salts must be dissolved in water plants to absorb. Inorganic salts with the highest plant needs are nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium-containing inorganic salts. Nitrogen effect: to promote crop stems and lush, leaf color dark green; Potassium role: to promote the robustness of crops, stem stubborn and enhance pest resistance and lodging resistance; promote the formation of sugar and starch; the role of phosphate fertilizer: Promote the development of crop roots and enhance drought resistance ability; to promote early maturity of crops, grain spike, full grain. The purpose of fertilization is to provide the necessary inorganic salts for plant growth.