Micronutrient deficiencies of Copic Bay soils in Tulelake Basin
L. J. Clemente
J. W. Perdue
K. G. Baghott
B. J. Hoyle
Authors AffiliationsHerman Timm is Associate Specialist, Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis; L. J. Clemente is Principal Laboratory Technician, Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis; J. W. Perdue is Laboratory Technician III, Department of Vegetable Crops, University of California, Davis; K. G. Baghott is Agriculturist, Agricultural Extension Service, Tulelake; B. J. Hoyle is Specialist at the West Side Field Station, Five Points.
Hilgardia 20(2):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v020n02p6. February 1966.
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Under greenhouse conditions, iron and manganese deficiencies in potato and sorghum test plants have been identified when grown in soils from Copic Bay. However, correction of these micronutrient deficiencies in the potato and enhancement of tuber yields have not been realized under field conditions. Cultural practices, frost damage, and severity of Rhizoctonia infection have minimized plant response to fertilizer treatments.
Timm H, Clemente L, Perdue J, Baghott K, Hoyle B. 1966. Micronutrient deficiencies of Copic Bay soils in Tulelake Basin. Hilgardia 20(2):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v020n02p6
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