True to label

Australia, 1964

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The production of certified seed in Australia - each state operates its own scheme. Explains the advantages of certified seed; required standards of a maize, clover, rye grass, phalaris cocksfoot or other crop; inspection of seed sewing and later harvesting; purity and germination tests before “labels” are assigned. Provides maximum protection for the Australian farmer, and to the growing export consumer.

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