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322/332 Stat Experimental Design and Sampling Midterm Monday, October 27, 2008, 3:30-4:30 An experiment was conducted to investigate the eectiveness of a new fungicide for grape plants. Part of a vineyard was divided into three blocks, and four treatments were applied at random to four plots within each block. The four treatments diered in the concentration of fungicide applied (2, or 4 units) and the time of...

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