For many years farmers have practiced with more or less care some method of testing seed corn. That this practice has given highly satisfactory results none can deny. The better stands of fields of corn are sufficient proof of the value of testing. But the stands are still far from one hundred per cent, and improvement is desired.
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"What is the Absolute Value of the Prevailing Method of Selecting Kernels from Ears of Seed Corn for Testing Purposes?,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 31(1), 217-223.
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