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Zinc deficiency in the avocado: Application of zinc chelates to soils may solve the zinc problem in trees on land too steep for spray rig operation

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E. F. Wallihan, University of California
T. W. Embleton, University of California
Wilma Printy, University of California

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California Agriculture 12(6):4-5.

Published June 01, 1958

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Zinc deficiency of avocado trees—a problem common in California orchards—has retarding effects on tree growth, fruit production and in some varieties causes the fruit to be more round than is characteristic for the variety, which reduces the market value.

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Zinc deficiency in the avocado: Application of zinc chelates to soils may solve the zinc problem in trees on land too steep for spray rig operation

E. F. Wallihan, T. W. Embleton, Wilma Printy
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Zinc deficiency in the avocado: Application of zinc chelates to soils may solve the zinc problem in trees on land too steep for spray rig operation

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Authors

E. F. Wallihan, University of California
T. W. Embleton, University of California
Wilma Printy, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 12(6):4-5.

Published June 01, 1958

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Zinc deficiency of avocado trees—a problem common in California orchards—has retarding effects on tree growth, fruit production and in some varieties causes the fruit to be more round than is characteristic for the variety, which reduces the market value.

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