HC Deb 18 May 1914 vol 62 cc1556-7

asked the President of the Board of Agriculture if any progress has been made for a national seed-testing station; and if Cambridge has been given the work?

The PRESIDENT of the BOARD of AGRICULTURE (Mr. Runciman)

The Board have recently made exhaustive inquiries into the condition of the seed trade in England and Wales and into the methods of seed-testing stations abroad. The question of establishing a seed-testing station in England is now being considered in the light of the information so obtained.

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