History. Principles of the test. Equipment and supplies. Seed evaluation. Diagnosis of the causes of soybean seed deterioration. Identification of levels of viability. Class 1 (very high vigor). Class 2 (high vigor). Class 3 (medium vigor). Class 4 (low vigor). Class 5 (very low vigor). Class 6 (non-viable). Class 7 (non-viable). Class 8 (dead seed). Recording and interpreting the results. Precision and accuracy of results. Advantages and limitations of the test. When the test should be applied.199
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