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

Keywords

Wheat, Quality, Western Australia

First Page Number

245

Last Page Number

246

Abstract

THE term f.a.q. refers to "fair average quality" as a standard for the sale of wheat -*- produced in Western Australia during any particular season.

The practice of using this standard developed after a standard sample of wheat grown in 1904 was obtained and declared to have a bushel weight of 62 lb.

Erratum

Second page 246 is attached to next article RECOMMENDED WHEAT VARIETIES, 1963 Vol 4 No 4

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