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Clover and alfalfa seed production in British Columbia

some preliminary conclusions drawn from results in 1916, together with rules and regulations for 1917

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      • Caption title.At head of title: ... Province of British Columbia. Dept. of Agriculture. Live Stock Branch. Soil and Crop Division.Original issued in series: Circular bulletin / British Columbia. Live Stock Branch ; no. 16.Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by Agriculture Canada, Canadian Agriculture Library, Ottawa. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1997.4 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.

        StatementW.H. Cullin
        PublishersW.H. Cullin
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        LC Classifications1997
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 91 p. :
        Number of Pages57
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100665838573
        Series
        1
        2Circular bulletin (British Columbia. Live Stock Branch) -- no. 16.
        3CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 83857

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Linking to a non-federal website does not constitute an endorsement by CDC or any of its employees of the sponsors or the information and products presented on the website. coli O157:H7 not only on the surfaces but also in the inner tissues and stomata of cotyledons of radish sprouts grown from seeds inoculated with the bacterium.

In 1987, Harmon et al. Newport infections occurred in Denmark and several states in the United States during the time that these seeds were likely to have been sprouted and eaten. coli and Salmonella by no more than 1 log. The efficacy of these chemicals as influenced by concentration, temperature, and time of exposure to contaminated seeds has been investigated.

Stanley isolates from patients in Finland and the United States had an indistinguishable DNA pattern by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis PFGE and an unusual antimicrobial resistance pattern that was identical among outbreak strains but differed from S.

Clover and alfalfa seed production in British Columbia investigation revealed that during seed germination B. Taormina and Beuchat showed that E. Senftenberg outbreak Mohle-Boetani J, pers. The efficacy of chemicals in killing Salmonella on alfalfa seeds has been reported by several researchers. coli O157:H7 on alfalfa seeds and sprouts. The outbreak serotype was isolated during routine sampling of cress sprouts from the factory 2 weeks before the outbreak occurred.

coli in 5 of 48 samples of mung bean seeds and mature bean sprouts, indicating possible fecal contamination. Pooled Salmonella serotypes inoculated onto mung beans and alfalfa seeds increased substantially during seed germination.

No single treatment has been demonstrated to reliably reduce populations of pathogens by more than approximately three logs. In the following year, white radish sprouts were again implicated in an outbreak of E.

Infections Associated with Eating Seed Sprouts: An International Concern

At doses required to eliminate E. Significant reduction p3 logs but did not eliminate the pathogen. Horses grazed in adjacent fields, and their manure was collected and stored next to the alfalfa field. Ethanol was very effective in killing naturally occurring microorganisms, although it inhibited seed germination.

During the same period, cases of S. Illness associated with eating sprouts and other fresh produce highlights the need for enhanced public health surveillance to detect foodborne outbreaks. An outbreak of Salmonella serotypes Infantis and Anatum, which occurred from February through June of 1997 in Kansas and Missouri, was associated with eating contaminated alfalfa sprouts produced by a local sprouter.