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Effects of urbanization, alteration of fertilizer practice, and manganese toxicity on mustard plants

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D. E. Williams, University of California
James Vlamis, University of California, Berkeley
Harwood Hall
K. D. Gowans

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California Agriculture 25(11):8-10.

Published November 01, 1971

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: A yellowing of leaf margins appeared in the summer of 1970 on mustard plants grown commercially on Bay Farm Island in Alameda County. The symptoms had a drastic effect on the saleability of the crop, and the yields were reduced by almost half.

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Effects of urbanization, alteration of fertilizer practice, and manganese toxicity on mustard plants

D. E. Williams, James Vlamis, Harwood Hall, K. D. Gowans
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Effects of urbanization, alteration of fertilizer practice, and manganese toxicity on mustard plants

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Authors

D. E. Williams, University of California
James Vlamis, University of California, Berkeley
Harwood Hall
K. D. Gowans

Publication Information

California Agriculture 25(11):8-10.

Published November 01, 1971

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: A yellowing of leaf margins appeared in the summer of 1970 on mustard plants grown commercially on Bay Farm Island in Alameda County. The symptoms had a drastic effect on the saleability of the crop, and the yields were reduced by almost half.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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