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Streptomycin vs. copper for controlling fireblight of pear in California, 1970

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J. Blair Bailey, University of California, Davis.
Gordon W. Morehead, Sacramento County.

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California Agriculture 25(1):6-7.

Published January 01, 1971

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: FIELD EXPERIMENTS to Compare Streptomycin with copper for control of fireblight of pears were conducted on the Natomas Company Ranch, east of Sacramento, under conditions which were compatible with a commercial pear growing operation. This pear ranch was selected for use because of the extensive fireblight present there during 1969. The trees in this 12-year-old Bartlett pear orchard were planted 20 ft by 20 ft (109 trees per acre).

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Streptomycin vs. copper for controlling fireblight of pear in California, 1970

J. Blair Bailey, Gordon W. Morehead
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Streptomycin vs. copper for controlling fireblight of pear in California, 1970

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article

Authors

J. Blair Bailey, University of California, Davis.
Gordon W. Morehead, Sacramento County.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 25(1):6-7.

Published January 01, 1971

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: FIELD EXPERIMENTS to Compare Streptomycin with copper for control of fireblight of pears were conducted on the Natomas Company Ranch, east of Sacramento, under conditions which were compatible with a commercial pear growing operation. This pear ranch was selected for use because of the extensive fireblight present there during 1969. The trees in this 12-year-old Bartlett pear orchard were planted 20 ft by 20 ft (109 trees per acre).

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