Interplanting methods for wind erosion protection in San Joaquin asparagus
AuthorsH. B. Schultz
A. B. Carlton
Authors AffiliationsH. B. Schultz is Specialist in the Experiment Station, Department of Agricultural Engineering, University of California, Davis; A. B. Carlton is Specialist in the Experiment Station, Department of Soils and Plant Nutrition, Stockton; F. Lory is Laboratory Technician, Dept. of Soils and Plant Nutrition, Davis.
Hilgardia 17(9):4-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v017n09p4. September 1963.
An alternate method for analyzing the effectiveness of wind erosion protection in asparagus fields of the San Joaquin Delta peat regions substantiated previous results proving the value of the practice of interplanting barley in every row, and showed success with alternate row planting mainly when done perpendicular to the critical winds.
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