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How long can a seed remain aliveAuthor(s): Clarence R. Quick
Source: In: Seeds, the Yearbook of Agriculture 1961. Washington D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture: p. 94-99
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DescriptionPeople used to think that 150 years was about the maximum lifespan of the most durably viable seeds.
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CitationQuick, Clarence R. 1961. How long can a seed remain alive? In: Seeds, the Yearbook of Agriculture 1961. U.S. Department of Agriculture.: 591 pages.: 94-99.
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