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Fertilizer sources for cotton: Fertilizer materials supplying nitrogen and phosphate tested for crop producing efficiency

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D. S. Mikkelsen, University of California
E. G. Smith, Cotton Field Station

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California Agriculture 7(6):7-8.

Published June 01, 1953

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Abstract

Nitrogen is the most important single fertilizer element in the economic production of cotton in California.

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Farm Advisors J. O. Hoyt, Fresno; O. D. Mc-Cutcheon, Kings; G. V. Ferry, Kern; C. E. Johnson, Madera; A. George, Tulare; Exrension Cotton Specialist Marvin Hoover, cooperated in the trials reported here

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1437

Fertilizer sources for cotton: Fertilizer materials supplying nitrogen and phosphate tested for crop producing efficiency

D. S. Mikkelsen, E. G. Smith
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Fertilizer sources for cotton: Fertilizer materials supplying nitrogen and phosphate tested for crop producing efficiency

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Authors

D. S. Mikkelsen, University of California
E. G. Smith, Cotton Field Station

Publication Information

California Agriculture 7(6):7-8.

Published June 01, 1953

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Nitrogen is the most important single fertilizer element in the economic production of cotton in California.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Farm Advisors J. O. Hoyt, Fresno; O. D. Mc-Cutcheon, Kings; G. V. Ferry, Kern; C. E. Johnson, Madera; A. George, Tulare; Exrension Cotton Specialist Marvin Hoover, cooperated in the trials reported here

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1437


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