Plant uptake of bromide following soil fumigation with methyl bromide
AuthorsA. Lloyd Brown
Richard G. Burau
Roland D. Meyer
Dewey J. Raski
Authors AffiliationsA. Lloyd Brown is Specialist in the Experiment Station, UC, Davis; Richard G. Burau is Professor of Soil Science, UC, Davis; Roland D. Meyer is Extension Soil Specialist, UC, Davis; Dewey J. Raski is Professor of Nematology, UC, Davis; Stephen Wilhelm is Professor of Plant Pathology, UC, Berkeley; James Quick is Extension Technologist, UC, Davis.
Hilgardia 33(4):11-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v033n04p11. April 1979.
The highest concentrations in plants grown on soils that have been fumigated with methyl bromide occur during the first year following fumigation.
Brown A, Burau R, Meyer R, Raski D, Wilhelm S, Quick J. 1979. Plant uptake of bromide following soil fumigation with methyl bromide. Hilgardia 33(4):11-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v033n04p11
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