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Lithium toxicity in citrus: Recognized on leaves in a grove in Santa Barbara County on the basis of artificially produced symptoms

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D. G. Aldrich, University of California College of Agriculture
A. P. Vanselow, University of California College of Agriculture
G. R. Bradford, University of California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 5(10):6-6.

Published October 01, 1951

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Lithium toxicity in citrus was recognized for the first time in the field in Santa Barbara County. The element apparently came from irrigation water.

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Lithium toxicity in citrus: Recognized on leaves in a grove in Santa Barbara County on the basis of artificially produced symptoms

D. G. Aldrich, A. P. Vanselow, G. R. Bradford
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Lithium toxicity in citrus: Recognized on leaves in a grove in Santa Barbara County on the basis of artificially produced symptoms

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Authors

D. G. Aldrich, University of California College of Agriculture
A. P. Vanselow, University of California College of Agriculture
G. R. Bradford, University of California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 5(10):6-6.

Published October 01, 1951

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Lithium toxicity in citrus was recognized for the first time in the field in Santa Barbara County. The element apparently came from irrigation water.

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