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Cycas beddomei Dyer, is an endemic and endangered, CITES (Appendix I) listed species from the Eastern Ghats of India. For large scale production of seedlings, the authors proposed a new seed germination technique with the objectives of disabling seed dormancy, quickening germination and improving germination percentage. The seedlings raised through this method develop coralloid ischolar_mains faster that guarantee their survivability. The method is cost effective and suggestable for large scale species restoration programmes of this otherwise threatened species.

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Conservation, Endemic Species, Animal Scarification, Vermicompost & Cocopeat Method.
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