In article <32d7a4aa1f26012 at mhub2.tc.umn.edu>, "Wen-Ping Chen" wrote:
>seeds from enviromental stresses during seed germination. But I don't know
>how to do it. Does anyone one know any material that can work on this?
Fungicides and inoculants like Rhizobium are typically just dusted on the
seeds. Pelletized seeds (sometimes done to make the seeds easier to
plant) are usually clay coated. Try talking with a seed technologist.
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