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Weed control near grass areas: Soil fumigants and contact spray materials included in series of studies on control of weeds in relatively confined areas

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M. H. Kimball, University of California
Boysie Day, University of California
Chester L. Hemstreet, University of California

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California Agriculture 11(2):13-14.

Published February 01, 1957

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Machine and chemical methods of weed control in relatively restricted areas—flower beds, ornamental trees and shrubs, small drainage channels, parking areas and patios—are not adaptable to most situations or are hazardous to adjacent plantings.

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Weed control near grass areas: Soil fumigants and contact spray materials included in series of studies on control of weeds in relatively confined areas

M. H. Kimball, Boysie Day, Chester L. Hemstreet
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Weed control near grass areas: Soil fumigants and contact spray materials included in series of studies on control of weeds in relatively confined areas

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Authors

M. H. Kimball, University of California
Boysie Day, University of California
Chester L. Hemstreet, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 11(2):13-14.

Published February 01, 1957

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Machine and chemical methods of weed control in relatively restricted areas—flower beds, ornamental trees and shrubs, small drainage channels, parking areas and patios—are not adaptable to most situations or are hazardous to adjacent plantings.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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