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Application of micronutrient elements to crop may avoid failure and cost is low

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D. I. Arnon, Experiment Station

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California Agriculture 1(3):4-4.

Published February 01, 1947

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Important crops in certain areas are saved from failure by application of small amounts of micronutrient chemical elements—sometimes of not more than 20 to 50 pounds to the acre.

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Application of micronutrient elements to crop may avoid failure and cost is low

D. I. Arnon
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Application of micronutrient elements to crop may avoid failure and cost is low

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D. I. Arnon, Experiment Station

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California Agriculture 1(3):4-4.

Published February 01, 1947

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Abstract

Important crops in certain areas are saved from failure by application of small amounts of micronutrient chemical elements—sometimes of not more than 20 to 50 pounds to the acre.

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