Fattening turkeys: Recommendation for use of estrogens withheld
AuthorF. W. Lorenz
Author AffiliationsF. W. Lorenz is Assistant Poultry Husbandman in the Experiment Station, Davis.
Hilgardia 2(4):6-6. DOI:10.3733/ca.v002n04p6a. April 1948.
The fattening effect of estrogens—well understood in chickens—has occasioned considerable interest during the past season which was the first in which estrogen preparations have been generally available to the poultry industry.
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Pacific coast pears: Production trends, utilization, export needs and price prospects
Grape bud mite tests
Red spiders on grapes
Concentrate sprays: As applied to deciduous fruit trees
Forage plants for a drouth year: Sudan grass, grain sorghums, summer legumes, and alfalfa
Automatic temperature: Control recommended for improved wine-growing
Aphids, mites on pears, prunes
Melon insects and mites
Feeder lambs: Research seeks cause of break among lambs on irrigated pastures
Black scale on olives
Grape leafhopper tests
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Field tests on some pests of grapes
California cotton insects
Alfalfa butterfly tests
Tests on bees
Spring dwarf nematode
The absorption of ions by citrus and walnut seedlings