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Seed-borne diseases in cereals - seed treatments and other control methods

Seed-borne diseases in cereals - seed treatments and other control methods

DJF Rapport, Markbrug (64): 43-58

Routine seed treatment with effective fungicides has for many years contributed to the very high health standard of cereal seeds. Products need to have a registration before they can be used in Denmark, but in practice, also a biological approval, which is granted at the Danish Institute of Plant and Soil Science, Flakkebjerg after GEP field trials.

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