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Seed treatment of cereals after the ban on mercurial seed-dressings



Seed treatment of cereals after the ban on mercurial seed-dressings



Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 36(7): 106-108



This ban, from 1 May 1982 in the GFR, has promoted the development of non-mercurial seed dressings and seed treating machinery. Problems encountered are discussed with regard to dressings, machines, methods of testing treated seed and user protection.

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