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Plant uptake of bromide following soil fumigation with methyl bromide

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A. Lloyd Brown, UC Davis
Richard G. Burau, UC Davis
Roland D. Meyer, UC Davis
Dewey J. Raski, UC Davis
Stephen Wilhelm, UC Berkeley
James Quick, UC Davis

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California Agriculture 33(4):11-13.

Published April 01, 1979

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The highest concentrations in plants grown on soils that have been fumigated with methyl bromide occur during the first year following fumigation.

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The authors wish to thank the following for assistance in this research: Keith W. Bowers, L. Todd Browne, Arthur S. Greathead, James J. Kissler, Donald A. Luvisi, Vincent H. Schweers, William S. Seyman, Robert W. Sheuerman and Norman C. Welch, Farm Advisors in Napa, Fresno, Monterey, San Joaquin, Kern, Tulare, Santa Clara, Merced, and Santa Cruz counties, respectively; T. Hales and Lloyd M. Harwood, formerly Farm Advisors in Orange and Sonoma counties, respectively; Pat Hoffmann, formerly Laboratory Assistant, UC, Davis; Norman O. Jones, SRA, Department of Nematology, UC, Davis; Richard E. Pelton, SRA, Cooperative Extension; and Ronald E. Voss, Extension Vegetable Specialist.

The authors wish to acknowledge partial financial support from the Kearney Foundation of Soil Science.

Plant uptake of bromide following soil fumigation with methyl bromide

A. Lloyd Brown, Richard G. Burau, Roland D. Meyer, Dewey J. Raski, Stephen Wilhelm, James Quick
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Plant uptake of bromide following soil fumigation with methyl bromide

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Authors

A. Lloyd Brown, UC Davis
Richard G. Burau, UC Davis
Roland D. Meyer, UC Davis
Dewey J. Raski, UC Davis
Stephen Wilhelm, UC Berkeley
James Quick, UC Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 33(4):11-13.

Published April 01, 1979

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The highest concentrations in plants grown on soils that have been fumigated with methyl bromide occur during the first year following fumigation.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors wish to thank the following for assistance in this research: Keith W. Bowers, L. Todd Browne, Arthur S. Greathead, James J. Kissler, Donald A. Luvisi, Vincent H. Schweers, William S. Seyman, Robert W. Sheuerman and Norman C. Welch, Farm Advisors in Napa, Fresno, Monterey, San Joaquin, Kern, Tulare, Santa Clara, Merced, and Santa Cruz counties, respectively; T. Hales and Lloyd M. Harwood, formerly Farm Advisors in Orange and Sonoma counties, respectively; Pat Hoffmann, formerly Laboratory Assistant, UC, Davis; Norman O. Jones, SRA, Department of Nematology, UC, Davis; Richard E. Pelton, SRA, Cooperative Extension; and Ronald E. Voss, Extension Vegetable Specialist.

The authors wish to acknowledge partial financial support from the Kearney Foundation of Soil Science.


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