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Spring pruning and fertilizing of california live oak trees

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P. A. Miller

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California Agriculture 1(12):4-4.

Published November 01, 1947

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The tip mildew or “witches broom” disease of the California Live Oak trees is increased by early spring pruning and fertilization. These are common practices which should be discontinued or avoided.

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Spring pruning and fertilizing of california live oak trees

P. A. Miller
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Spring pruning and fertilizing of california live oak trees

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Authors

P. A. Miller

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California Agriculture 1(12):4-4.

Published November 01, 1947

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Abstract

The tip mildew or “witches broom” disease of the California Live Oak trees is increased by early spring pruning and fertilization. These are common practices which should be discontinued or avoided.

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