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Report of the State Seed Testing Service for the 60th year of activity from 1st July, 1930, to 30th June, 1931

, : Report of the State Seed Testing Service for the 60th year of activity from 1st July, 1930, to 30th June, 1931. Tidsskr. for Planteavl. 37: 5, 799-871

Section ix of this report (pp. 845-848) contains the following items of phytopathological interest. Sclerotia of Claviceps purpurea were found in 17 out of 176 samples of timothy seed, 4 out of 268 of rye grass, 2 out of 124 meadow fescue, 1 out of 95 field brome, 25 out of 82 oat grass, 12 out of 150 cock's-foot grass, 1 out of 32 meadow foxtail 17 out of 63 meadow grass, 16 out of 59 rough-stalked meadow grass, 17 out of 16 soft grass, and 4 out of 9 dog's-tail grass.


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