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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Authors

A E. Baker

Keywords

Tobacco, Seeds, Western Australia

First Page Number

713

Last Page Number

715

Abstract

A SUCCESSFUL tobacco crop depends initially on an ample supply of well-grown, disease-free seedlings available early in the planting season.

If planting is held up due to a poor supply of seedlings, the resulting crop will not be grown in the most favourable part of the season. Late-grown crops nearly always give low returns.

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