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Idaho damaged barley still free of toxins
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Idaho damaged barley still free of toxins
An Idaho cereals pathologist wants to research why Idaho barley was free of the toxin associated with Fusarium headblight this season despite samples with high concentrations of the mold that causes the crop disease on barley chaff.

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