Albizia procera found in sub-Himalayan tract and Himalayan valleys grows up to an elevation of about 1,200 m in the Indian sub-continent. It has a great potential to be incorporated under social forestry programs due to its multipurpose use. However, the use of this species in plantation and in agroforestry system is not gaining popularity because of unavailability of quality planting stock. Seeds of Albizia species are exogenously dormant due to impermeable seed coat or pericarp to water which is responsible for low and irregular germination resulting in to low quality uneven stock. The identification of suitable dormancy breaking treatment holds great promise in the production of evenly grown nursery. The present volume is a dissertation work of the first author Gopal Shukla at master’s level submitted to Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya (UBKV), Pundibari, Cooch Behar West Bengal (India) under the guidance of the second author Dr Sumit Chakravarty, Assistant Professor, UBKV Cooch Behar. Presently, Dr Shukla is working as a Research Associate at Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Research Center, Ranchi (Jharkhand) India.