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Plant damage by air pollution: Visible injury to plants by atmospheric pollutants amounts to annual loss of millions of dollars in some affected areas

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John T. Middleton, University of California, Riverside.
A. S. Crafts, University of Californian, Davis.
R. F. Brewer, University of California, Riverside.
O. C. Taylor, University of California, Riverside.

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California Agriculture 10(6):9-12.

Published June 01, 1956

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Production and quality of an important number of field, flower, fruit, ornamental, and vegetable crops—in many of the important growing areas of California—are adversely affected by air pollution.

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A. O. Paulus, Exiension Plant Pathologist; E. F. Darley, Associate Plant Pathologist; J. B. Keridrick, Jr., Associnte Plant Pathologist; and Jackson Davidson, Extension Field Technologist, Effect of Air Pollution on Crops—all of the University of California, Riverside—cooperated in the studies reported here.

Photographs by Ken Middleham, University of California, Riverside.

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1633.

Plant damage by air pollution: Visible injury to plants by atmospheric pollutants amounts to annual loss of millions of dollars in some affected areas

John T. Middleton, A. S. Crafts, R. F. Brewer, O. C. Taylor
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Plant damage by air pollution: Visible injury to plants by atmospheric pollutants amounts to annual loss of millions of dollars in some affected areas

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Authors

John T. Middleton, University of California, Riverside.
A. S. Crafts, University of Californian, Davis.
R. F. Brewer, University of California, Riverside.
O. C. Taylor, University of California, Riverside.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(6):9-12.

Published June 01, 1956

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Production and quality of an important number of field, flower, fruit, ornamental, and vegetable crops—in many of the important growing areas of California—are adversely affected by air pollution.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

A. O. Paulus, Exiension Plant Pathologist; E. F. Darley, Associate Plant Pathologist; J. B. Keridrick, Jr., Associnte Plant Pathologist; and Jackson Davidson, Extension Field Technologist, Effect of Air Pollution on Crops—all of the University of California, Riverside—cooperated in the studies reported here.

Photographs by Ken Middleham, University of California, Riverside.

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1633.


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