Zinc-deficient crops: Sweet corn, tomatoes, beans, and sugar beets used in tests for zinc deficiency
AuthorsJohn C. Lingle
D. M. Holmberg
Authors AffiliationsJohn C. Lingle is Junior Olericulturist, University of California, Davis; D. M. Holmberg is Farm Advisor, Yolo County, University of California.
Hilgardia 10(2):13-14. DOI:10.3733/ca.v010n02p13. February 1956.
Zinc sprays produced marked yield increases in certain annual crops in so-called sick-spots in Yolo County in 1955.
Lingle J, Holmberg D. 1956. Zinc-deficient crops: Sweet corn, tomatoes, beans, and sugar beets used in tests for zinc deficiency. Hilgardia 10(2):13-14. DOI:10.3733/ca.v010n02p13
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