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Most of the seeds are viable when they obtain all the favourable conditions that are necessary for the seed germination. Certain seed germinates immediately after harvest where some other undergoes a period of resting phase even if they are under favorable conditions. During this period of growth of the seeds remain suspended so they are said to be in a dormant stage and this phenomenon is known as the seed dormancy

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