Preplant fertilizers: On winter planted strawberries
R. S. Bringhurst
O. R. Lunt
Authors AffiliationsVictor Voth is Research Specialist, Department of Pomology, University of California, Davis; R. S. Bringhurst is Professor, Department of Pomology, University of California, Davis; O. R. Lunt is Professor, Department of Irrigation and Soils, U.C., Los Angeles.
Hilgardia 17(10):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v017n10p6. October 1963.
WINTER PLANTINGS of strawberries account for about one half of the annual acreage in southern California. Early production (March and April) is as important as total production in this area. Both earliness and total production are closely associated with the growth of plants during the short days of the winter.
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Wind erosion control with chemical sprays
Glass fiber filters for tile drains
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Weather influences on use of acaricides for citrus mite control
Tanoak: Drying program and shrinkage characteristics
Metabolic alterations in diseased plants
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