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Sloping seedbeds: Soil salts minimized in germination zone by bed shaped to allow later cultivation

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Leon Bernstein, U.S. Salinity Laboratory
Robert S. Ayers, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(11):8-8.

Published November 01, 1955

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Abstract

Sloping seedbeds—to minimize the soil salinity hazard to germinating seeds—have been designed to permit conversion to normal flat-topped beds after the seedlings are established.

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Sled designed for forming sloping beds was built by co-operator James Simons of Brawley, Imperial County.

The study reported above is part of the research being conducted by the Salinity Laboratory, United States Department of Agriculture, Riverside, California, and the University of California.

Sloping seedbeds: Soil salts minimized in germination zone by bed shaped to allow later cultivation

Leon Bernstein, Robert S. Ayers
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Sloping seedbeds: Soil salts minimized in germination zone by bed shaped to allow later cultivation

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Authors

Leon Bernstein, U.S. Salinity Laboratory
Robert S. Ayers, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(11):8-8.

Published November 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Sloping seedbeds—to minimize the soil salinity hazard to germinating seeds—have been designed to permit conversion to normal flat-topped beds after the seedlings are established.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Sled designed for forming sloping beds was built by co-operator James Simons of Brawley, Imperial County.

The study reported above is part of the research being conducted by the Salinity Laboratory, United States Department of Agriculture, Riverside, California, and the University of California.


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