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Cleaning of white rot sclerotia from Sunflower seeds


, : Cleaning of white rot sclerotia from Sunflower seeds. Sel. Seed-Gr, Moscow, 29: 2, 73-74

In this modification of the method the seed is stirred in the warm water (200 1./100 kg, seed) for 15 min. with a wooden stirrer and the floating seeds are removed and dried on tarpaulin.

US$29.90


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