• Seed Size Affects Germination of True Mountainmahogany

      Piatt, J. R. (Society for Range Management, 1973-05-01)
      Five collections of seeds of true mountainmahogany from two sites in northern New Mexico were divided into three size classes. Large seeds germinated better than medium or small seeds, within a collection as well as overall. The results suggest, however, that relative size distributions of collections may not be a reliable index of differences in source germinability.