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Progress and accomplishments of the Western Wheat Quality Laboratory to date

, : Progress and accomplishments of the Western Wheat Quality Laboratory to date. Report of the Fifth Western Wheat Conference. U.S. Dep. Agric., Bur. Pl. Ind., Soils Agric. Engineering, Div. Cereal Crops and Diseases, Washington, 24 p

The characterization and evaluation of new varieties have been in progress since 1948. The various tests used are enumerated.


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