Trunk injection corrects iron and zinc deficiency in pear trees
AuthorsWilbur O. Reil
James A. Beutel
Chester L. Hemstreet
William S. Seyman
Authors AffiliationsWilbur O. Reil, Staff Research Associate, the University of California Cooperative Extension; James A. Beutel, Pomology Specialist, University of California, Davis; Chester L. Hemstreet, County Director and Farm Advisor, Lake County, the University of California Cooperative Extension; William S. Seyman. Farm Advisor, Santa Clara County, the University of California Cooperative Extension.
Hilgardia 32(10):22-24. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n10p22. October 1978.
AbstractPressure injection of iron and zinc is more effective and less costly than present methods used to correct deficiencies. The materials are compatible with Terramycin and can be applied with the antibiotic treatment for pear decline.
Reil W, Beutel J, Hemstreet C, Seyman W. 1978. Trunk injection corrects iron and zinc deficiency in pear trees. Hilgardia 32(10):22-24. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n10p22
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