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Plant diseases: Restrictive effect of California climate on vegetables, grains, and flowers

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Kenneth F. Baker, University of California College' of Agriculture
William C. Snyder, University of California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 4(8):3-16.

Published August 01, 1950

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The semi-arid California climate is an effective ally in eliminating or restricting many crop diseases.

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Plant diseases: Restrictive effect of California climate on vegetables, grains, and flowers

Kenneth F. Baker, William C. Snyder
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Plant diseases: Restrictive effect of California climate on vegetables, grains, and flowers

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Authors

Kenneth F. Baker, University of California College' of Agriculture
William C. Snyder, University of California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 4(8):3-16.

Published August 01, 1950

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The semi-arid California climate is an effective ally in eliminating or restricting many crop diseases.

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