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Anonymous 1941: Nailing dense hardwoods. Tech. Note For. Prod. Lab., Wis, 247, 3
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Anonymous 1928: Narcissus Bulb Quarantine (no. 62). Calcium Cyanide Fumigation for Bulb-fly Control authorised. (P.Q.C.A.-217, revised.). U.S. Dept. Agric., P.Q.C.A., S.R.A, Washington, D.C., 96, 79-80
Anonymous 1926: Narcissus Bulb Quarantine. Notice of Quarantine no. 62 with supple-mental Rules and Regulations. Qtrly. Bull. State Plant Bd. Florida. Gainesville, Fla. 10(4): 73-77
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Anonymous 1936: Natal Sugar Experiment Station notes. S. Afr. Sug. J 20: 81-87
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