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Drift of sprays, dusts, spores: Radioactive tracers used in determining distribution pattern of small airborne particles

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R. N. Colwell, Forestry and Assistant Silviculturist in the Experiment Station

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California Agriculture 3(8):5-12.

Published August 01, 1949

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Abstract

Spraying and dusting of agricultural crops with insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, hormones or fertilizers can be made more effective through accurate information as to the distribution pattern obtainable under various sets of conditions.

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The above progress reports is based on Research Project No. 1344.

Drift of sprays, dusts, spores: Radioactive tracers used in determining distribution pattern of small airborne particles

R. N. Colwell
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Drift of sprays, dusts, spores: Radioactive tracers used in determining distribution pattern of small airborne particles

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Authors

R. N. Colwell, Forestry and Assistant Silviculturist in the Experiment Station

Publication Information

California Agriculture 3(8):5-12.

Published August 01, 1949

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Spraying and dusting of agricultural crops with insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, hormones or fertilizers can be made more effective through accurate information as to the distribution pattern obtainable under various sets of conditions.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress reports is based on Research Project No. 1344.


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