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Size, Planting Depth, Orientation And Germination Of Cola Lepidota K. Schum Seed
A study was carried out to assess the size attributes of Cola lepidota seeds and to determine the effect of planting depth and orientation of the germination of the seed. Seeds were collected fresh from a single population of ten trees, the dimensions measured with the aid of a veneer caliper and confidence interval determined at 0.05 probability level and the germination study carried out at the swamp forest research station, Onne River state. The results show that C. lepidota mean seed length was 5.02 cm 0.25 cm and mean width was 4.82 cm 0.37 cm: standard deviation from the mean was lower for length (0.80cm) but however higher for width (1.14 cm).
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