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Late-fall nitrogen application in vineyards is inefficient

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William L. Peacock , Tulare County
Francis Broadbent, University of California
L. Peter Christensen, Fresno County

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California Agriculture 36(1):22-23.

Published January 01, 1982

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The increasingly popular practice of late-fall instead of spring N application in vineyards is inefficient because of leaching losses.

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Late-fall nitrogen application in vineyards is inefficient

William L. Peacock, Francis Broadbent, L. Peter Christensen
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Late-fall nitrogen application in vineyards is inefficient

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Authors

William L. Peacock , Tulare County
Francis Broadbent, University of California
L. Peter Christensen, Fresno County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 36(1):22-23.

Published January 01, 1982

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The increasingly popular practice of late-fall instead of spring N application in vineyards is inefficient because of leaching losses.

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