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16th report 1970


, : 16th report 1970. 16th report 1970: 176

Variety trials of winter and summer cauliflower, spring cabbage, potato, sweet corn, strawberry and lettuce are reported.None of 13 varieties of Brussels sprouts was immune to Mycosphaerella brassicicola.

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