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Abram, Mike
July 2006
Farmers Weekly;7/7/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 1, Special Section p3
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the challenges facing wheat and barley growers in Great Britain in using new varieties that promise more disease resistance or better quality. It argues that growers should aim for consistency of performance. It details the advantages of using the Alchemy for feed wheat growers.


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