Onion seed yields increased: By adequate supply of irrigation water
AuthorJohn H. MacGillivray
Author AffiliationsJohn H. MacGillivray is Assistant Professor of Truck Crops and Olericulturist in the Experiment Station, Dnvis.
Hilgardia 2(9):11-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v002n09p11. September 1948.
Onion seed yields were increased by irrigation in a two-year series of tests at Davis.
MacGillivray J. 1948. Onion seed yields increased: By adequate supply of irrigation water. Hilgardia 2(9):11-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v002n09p11
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