Nematocides for use on alfalfa
AuthorsR. N. Eide
E. J. Gregory
Authors AffiliationsRichard N. Eide is Farm Advisors, University of California, Agricultural Extension Service, Fresno County; E. J. Gregory is Farm Advisors, University of California, Agricultural Extension Service, Fresno County.
Hilgardia 17(3):15-16. DOI:10.3733/ca.v017n03p15. March 1963.
DD fumigation for nematode control in “marginal” light sandy soils increased alfalfa hay yields by 3.25 tons per acre in Fresno County tests—and was considered profitable (on proven nematode infested soils) when hay prices average $20 or more per ton.
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