Promising new herbicides for California orchard
Authors AffiliationsA. Lange is Extension Weed Control Specialist, University of California, Riverside; B. Fischer is Farm Advisors in Fresno, Kern, and Monterey counties respectively; C. Elmore is Extension Weed Specialist, University of California, Davis; H. Kempens is Farm Advisors in Fresno, Kern, and Monterey counties respectively; H. Agamalian is Farm Advisors in Fresno, Kern, and Monterey counties respectively.
Hilgardia 24(11):12-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v024n11p12. November 1970.
THE NEAT ROWS OF WHITE AND PINK blooming trees in the San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys will have a new look this spring. Strips of brown soil bordered by green interspaces may be seen down many of the tree rows. These weed-free strips will probably be the result of herbicides applied before the rainy season and prior to weed emergence.
Also in this issue:Leapfrog research
Ornamental seeding aids rugged area landscaping
Studies of dry matter changes in corn silage during storage
Effects of TIBA growth regulator on open branching of citrus for mechanical shaking
Trioxys pallidus… an effective new walnut aphiparasite from Iran
Effects of foliar sprays for frost protection in test with young citrus trees
Fungicides for control of easter lily root rots
Inheritance of three seed-coat color genes in Vigna sinensis Savi