CitationSpringfield, H. W. (1974). Winterfat seeds viable after 8 years refrigerated storage. Journal of Range Management, 27(1), 78.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractFive collections of winterfat seeds from New Mexico were stored in cans under refrigeration (34-42 degrees F) and ordinary temperatures (55-95 degrees F). After 8 years of storage, viability ranged from 51 to 80% for the refrigerated seeds, but practically no seeds remained viable under the warmer storage temperatures.