5 edition of Clover and alfalfa seed production in British Columbia found in the catalog.
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.
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|2||Circular bulletin (British Columbia. Live Stock Branch) -- no. 16.|
|3||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 83857|
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Bovismorbificans; the implicated sprouts were grown from Australian alfalfa seeds. Molecular subtyping by PFGE revealed that strains from outbreaks in both states were indistinguishable.
In late 1995 and early 1996, outbreaks of salmonellosis in Denmark and Oregon and British Columbia, Canada, were associated with eating alfalfa sprouts contaminated with S.
Sprout-Associated Outbreaks Seed sprouts have been implicated as vehicles of transmission in outbreaks of foodborne illness Table 1. coli O157:H7, while growing in fields or orchards or during harvesting, handling, processing, and distribution.
Although most outbreaks have been associated with alfalfa sprouts, other raw seed sprouts have also been linked to illness. Further research is needed to identify specific interventions, either applied alone or in combination with other chemical or physical treatments, to eliminate pathogens from contaminated seeds. coli O157:H7 on alfalfa seeds and sprouts has been investigated.
Alfalfa seeds generally contain 10 2 to 10 5 aerobic mesophiles per gram. cereus because the laboratory that processed the samples did not consider it an enteric pathogen.
The seeds implicated in the North American outbreaks were shipped by the same Dutch firm implicated in the S.
With changing food production and eating habits, new pathogens and newly recognized vehicles of infection have emerged.
Grains, fruits, and vegetables may become contaminated with pathogenic microorganisms, e.