True or false
1. Ipil seeds soaked in tap water for 15 hours result 80 percent germination.
2. Akle seeds when soaked in hot water with initial temperature of 60 degree Celsius for 15
minutes would have 82 percent germination.
3. The ipilipil seeds when soaked in water with initial temperature of 80 degree Celsius for one
minute would have high germination percentage.
4. Ipil seeds when soaked in tap water for 15 hours result in 90 percent germination.
5. Seeds with very hard coats, germination has to be induced by means of boiling.
6. Nicking is done, by cutting off the hard coating off the hard coating of the testa with a knife
to expose small portion of Cotyledon.
7. A tractor is used where the terrain of the planting site is very rough and cannot easily
reached by foot.
8. Putting or dropping of one or more seeds directly into an opening in the ground by dibbling
is called spot seeding.
9. Throwing out and spreading as uniformly as possible seeds over the planting site is called
10. Seeding in furrow is done where planting site extensively covered with boulders.
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