Assessment of potential varieties of winter oats for improved economic competitiveness and end-use characteristics (1998-2000)
About this project
This is the final report of a two year project which started in July 1998. The work was funded by a grant of £281,286 from the home-Grown Cereals Authority (project no. 1664).
The Home-Grown Cereals Authority (HGCA) has provided funding for this project but has not conducted the research or written this report. While the authors have worked on the best information available to them, neither HGCA nor the authors shall in any event be liable for any loss, damage or injury howsoever suffered directly or indirectly in relation to the report or the research on which it is based.
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