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AGLL 3041 - Seed Processes: Storage and Deterioration

  • NonCredit

Environmental conditions and management factors influencing storage and deterioration of seeds, including physiological and biochemical changes.

Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.

Important Information

"Principles and Practices of Seed Storage" (1978) - USDA Agriculture Handbook #506, is available free of charge from the Department of Soil and Crop Sciences. Contact Karen Allison by phone at (970) 491-6295 or by email at


Loren Wiesner

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Loren E. Wiesner earned his Ph.D. from Oregon State University in 1971. Since that time, he has conducted research in seed physiology on cereals and forage legumes and grasses, developed techniques for establishment of dormant species, and studied the effects of environment on seed dormancy, and the relationship of seed vigor to field establishment of grasses.

Dr. Wiesner has taught courses in seed production and conditioning, and forage crops and seed physiology at Montana State University. He has authored and co-authored more than 67 publications . He has also served as editor of the Journal of Seed Technology and technical editor for Crop Science.