CIPC: For weed control in garlic
AuthorsF. M. Ashton
L. K. Mann
A. R. Saghir
W. S. Seyman
H. B. Collins
R. H. Tyler
L. E. Allen
Authors AffiliationsF. M. Ashton is Associate Professor of Botany and Associate Botanist in the Experiment Station, Department of Botany, University of California, Davis; L. K. Mann (deceased) was Professor of Vegetable Crops and Olericiulturist in the Experiment Station, Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis; A. R. Saghir is Research Assistant, Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis; W. S. Seyman is Farm Advisor, Santa Clara County; H. B. Collins is Farm Advisor, San Benito County; R. H. Tyler is Farm Advisor, San Benito County; L. E. Allen is Farm Advisor, Lassen County.
Hilgardia 19(6):10-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n06p10. June 1965.
AbstractThe herbicide CIPC, applied at 4 lbs per acre as a preemergence treatment for weed control in garlic, can be used safely in major production areas of California—and offers substantial savings over the usual cultivation and hand-weeding costs.
Ashton F, Mann L, Saghir A, Seyman W, Collins H, Tyler R, Allen L. 1965. CIPC: For weed control in garlic. Hilgardia 19(6):10-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n06p10
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