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Annual Report 1966. PEA GROWING RESEARCH ORGANISATION LTD., THORNHAUGH


, : Annual Report 1966. PEA GROWING RESEARCH ORGANISATION LTD., THORNHAUGH. Annual Report PEA GROWING RESEARCH ORGANISATION LTD., THORNHAUGH. 1967. 27. Price: Is. 6d,

Research work, reported on pp. 12-19, comprised the following: Peas: Evaluations of new varieties of vining peas and new herbicides; pre-emergence wild oat/broad leaf weed control; spacing trial; evaluations of evenness of texture and varieties of dried peas; pre-harvest desiccants trial; varietal resistance to downy mildew, pea wilt and early browning; and studies on pea root eelworm, hollow heart as affecting seedling emergence and marsh spot.

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