Briefs short reports on current agricultural research: Fresh-seed dormancy in annual grasses
AuthorHorton M. Laude
Author AffiliationsHorton M. Laude, Department of Agronomy, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 16(4):3-3. DOI:10.3733/ca.v016n04p3b. January 1962.
Leaf analysis standards for macroelements of orange trees in California can be expected to differ when 4- to 6-month-old leaves are taken from nonfruiting or fruiting terminals. These conclusions are based on a recent study of 22 representative orange orchards extending from the Mexican border to Ivanhoe, California.
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Briefs short reports on current agricultural research: Orange leaf analysis
Flower thrips damages safflower: —Buds bronzed and blasted
Later planting dates in Northern California save sugar beets from yellows virus damage
Boron deficiency symptoms identified in almonds
Safflower oil mutant types under study
Hay Wafering: An analysis of current machinery for production, handling and feeding
Rooting of pear cuttings: Limited tests indicate possibilities of rooting commercial varieties
Root development of safflower
Full supplementation: A new method of fattening beef cattle on pasture…
Ion exchange fertilizers and ammoniated organic matter
Container research for vegetable seed
The camera looks at agricultural research
A new aphid on guayule and notes on other species of Cerosipha
Natural sources, habitats, and reservoirs of insects associated with stored food products