Benefits of seed priming in different vegetables
Mohita Srivastava, Adhikarimayum Sushmabati Devi, Goldie Konthoujam, Kumari Lovely, Parinita Das and Radhakanta Thangjam
Priming of seed is said to be one of the controlled methods of seed filling to the extent that it allows pre-germinative metabolism for seed to function, but interferes with the emergence of radicles. Seed germination is a beautiful and complex process and there are many different ways of planting seeds, which are caused by different aspects of plant seeds. Priming improves seed quality may be performance or seed characteristics. Selected planting methods should be affordable and suitable for seeds in its flexibility. Seed formation improves the uniformity of seed performance. Major psychological and biological changes in primed seeds are seed water content, cell cycle control, seed modification of control of large oxidative stress structure and spatial integration. Seed planting plays an important role in agriculture. It promotes growth and controls plant stress. The different methods of planting seeds are: - Halo-Priming, Hydro-Priming, Osmo-Priming, GA3 Priming. This review paper focuses on different seed germination techniques / methods and their use in field plants to improve plant growth.
How to cite this article:
Mohita Srivastava, Adhikarimayum Sushmabati Devi, Goldie Konthoujam, Kumari Lovely, Parinita Das and Radhakanta Thangjam. Benefits of seed priming in different vegetables. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 399-403.