Water base paints for sunburn protection of young fruit trees
AuthorsW. C. Micke
J. A. Beutel
J. T. Yeager
Authors AffiliationsW. C. Micke is Extension Pomology Technologist, University of California, Davis; J. A. Beutel is Extension Pomologist, University of California, Davis; J. T. Yeager is Superintendent of Field Caltivations, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 20(7):7-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v020n07p7. July 1966.
Water-base paints appear capable of preventing sunburn for one season when used properly. Exterior water-base paints last longer than interior, but also may cause more tree injury. Therefore, the interior water-base paints appear to give the greatest margin of safety of any of the commercial paints tested.
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