Keywords : Gibberellin acid
Effect On Various Types Of Priming Techniques On Biochemical Changes In Fresh And Accelerated Aged Seeds Of Baby Corn (Zea Mays L.)
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2707-2713
This experiment was conducted in Agronomy research lab of Lovely Professional University Phagwara (Punjab). The experiment carried out effect on different priming techniques as viz.T1 (Hydro priming for 12 hr.), T2 (Hydro priming for 24 hr.), T3 (osmo priming, 1 % KNO3, for 12 hr.), T4 (Osmo priming, 1 % KNO3, for 24 hr.), was used as a solvent solution was prepared. Seed of 100 grams was soaked in that solution for 12 hours and for 24 hours. T5 (halo priming 1 % CaCl2, for 12 hr.), T6 (halo priming 1 % CaCl2, for 24 hr.), T7 (Hormonal priming at 100 ppm for 12 hrs) and T8 (Hormonal priming at 150 ppm for 24 hr.) The significant different EC and amylase test in hormonal treatment T8 (G.A. at 150 ppm for 24 hr) on fresh seed was observed 0.326 and 5.24, respectively as compared to aged seeds of baby corn.