Boysenberry fertilization: Yield, fruit size, quality improved by nitrogen but not phosphorus or potash applications in Fresno County test
AuthorRichard A. Break
Author AffiliationsRichard A. Break is Farm Advisor, Fresno County, University of California College of Agriculture.
Hilgardia 5(11):5-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v005n11p5. November 1951.
Boysenberry and youngberry plants are most likely to respond to nitrogen.
Break R. 1951. Boysenberry fertilization: Yield, fruit size, quality improved by nitrogen but not phosphorus or potash applications in Fresno County test. Hilgardia 5(11):5-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v005n11p5
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