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GRASS-SEED MARKET.

Grass seed, it is eaid, is going to be aoaroß for some little while ahead, owing to the supplies of eeeel from belligerent countries being cut off. The prospective ehortage may have the effect of minimising fcbe usual waste of grase seed in New Zealand, for, aoting on suggestions from various quarters, the Wellington Eduoation Board decided on Wednesdey to pro pose to Us pcbool committees that tbe school children should be encouraged to collect the seed which grows in large quantities by the roadside in many country districts One idea was that the seed should be sold for money which would be used to swell the Wounded — "Farmere' Union Advocate."

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GRASS-SEED MARKET., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3475, 16 July 1915

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GRASS-SEED MARKET. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3475, 16 July 1915

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