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WART DISEASE IN WALES. I

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WART DISEASE IN WALES. I With a view to preventing the spread of Wart Disease, certain areas in various coun- ties of South Wales and the English Border have been certified or scheduled by the Board of Agriculture as Wart Disease infected." In these areas, only certain varieties of potatoes may be planted for 1919 cropping. We are informed by the Food Production Department that the areas concerned include the administrative county of Glamorgan, the county boroughs of Cardiff, Swansea, and Merthyr Tydvil, the petty sessional divisions of Amman Valley and Llanelly, the adminis- trative county of Carmarthen, the petty sessional divisions of Brynmawr, Ystrad- gynlais and Penderyn, the administrative county of Brecknock, the petty sessional divisions of Bedwellty and Pontypool, and the parish of Risca in the administrative county of Monmouth. In these areas, enly those varieties of potatoes that have been 'approved by the Board of Agriculture as immune from Wart Disease may be planted, with the exception of the following first early varieties, which have been specially lkensed,Duke of York, Midlothian Early, Sharp's Express, and Ringleader. These first early varieties may be planted in clean land only; under no circumstances must they be grown in soil where Wart Disease has been known to exist. A list of varieties approved by the Board of Agriculture as immune from Wart Disease may be obtained, post free, on application to the Food Production Department, 72, Victoria Street, London, S.W. I.

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