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Zinc deficiency in California rice

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D. S. Mikkelson, University of California
D. M. Brandon, University of California

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California Agriculture 29(9):8-9.

Published September 01, 1975

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The so-called “alkali disease” syndrome observed widely in California rice, causing chlorosis in seedling plants and often effecting a partial to complete loss of stand, has been identified as zinc deficiency. This problem is extensive in both the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys. In some areas, entire fields are affected; in others, the problem occurs in irregular patterns, depending particularly upon soil conditions.

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Zinc deficiency in California rice

D. S. Mikkelson, D. M. Brandon
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Zinc deficiency in California rice

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Authors

D. S. Mikkelson, University of California
D. M. Brandon, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(9):8-9.

Published September 01, 1975

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The so-called “alkali disease” syndrome observed widely in California rice, causing chlorosis in seedling plants and often effecting a partial to complete loss of stand, has been identified as zinc deficiency. This problem is extensive in both the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys. In some areas, entire fields are affected; in others, the problem occurs in irregular patterns, depending particularly upon soil conditions.

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