A Quarterly Review of News and Views Issued By the Commonwealth Mycological Institute, Kew, Surrey

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1962
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SheHield, F.M.L.
May, W.B.
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Commercial growers with an export trade in propagating material reduce their packing methods to a fine art to minimize risk of loss. However, scientists who may only occasionally send material abroad often omit to take a few elementary precautions and consequently the material, which is likely to be extremely valuable, may be dead before it arrives. We claim no great experience in sending; but, at the receiving end, our experience extends from material arriving in perfect condition to plants that have liquified en route. Deductions made from these observations may be helpful.
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East African Agricultural And Forestry Journal, 8 (2), pp. 17-19
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