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Hardseeded Spanish subclover finds a place in southern California

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Authors

Walter L. Graves
Burgess L. Kay, University of California
William H. Weitkamp
Melvin George, UC Davis

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California Agriculture 41(11):8-10.

Published November 01, 1987

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The impressive showing of Spanish sub clovers may lead to wider use here for range and pasture in areas with low and variable rainfall.

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Special acknowledgement is made to Carlos Gomez Pitera, Instituto Nacional de lnues-tigaciones Agrarias, for furnishing seed of the Spanish strains, and to Gary Reece and Elgy Kryger, Watershed Program, Department of Agriculture, San Diego County, for assistance in site preparation, encouragement and logistic support throughout the long evaluation program in San Diego County.

The authors wish to acknowledge Carol Adams for statistical analysis; Robert Slayback and Raimond F. Clary, Jr., of the US. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service, for assistance in seed increase; and Robert Koenigs, formerly with UC Cooperative Extension in San Diego County, for sampling in early years.

Hardseeded Spanish subclover finds a place in southern California

Walter L. Graves, Burgess L. Kay, William H. Weitkamp, Melvin George
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Hardseeded Spanish subclover finds a place in southern California

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

Walter L. Graves
Burgess L. Kay, University of California
William H. Weitkamp
Melvin George, UC Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(11):8-10.

Published November 01, 1987

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The impressive showing of Spanish sub clovers may lead to wider use here for range and pasture in areas with low and variable rainfall.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Special acknowledgement is made to Carlos Gomez Pitera, Instituto Nacional de lnues-tigaciones Agrarias, for furnishing seed of the Spanish strains, and to Gary Reece and Elgy Kryger, Watershed Program, Department of Agriculture, San Diego County, for assistance in site preparation, encouragement and logistic support throughout the long evaluation program in San Diego County.

The authors wish to acknowledge Carol Adams for statistical analysis; Robert Slayback and Raimond F. Clary, Jr., of the US. Department of Agriculture Soil Conservation Service, for assistance in seed increase; and Robert Koenigs, formerly with UC Cooperative Extension in San Diego County, for sampling in early years.


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