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Spray for soil erosion control: Surface spray of polyvinyl alcohol stabilizes soils on banks or lawn area without injury to plants or to seed germination

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John J. Stark, University of California, when the above reported study was conducted.

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California Agriculture 13(12):6-6.

Published December 01, 1959

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Tests with Elvanol, grade 71-30, indicate that the material might replace straw and wire for control of water or wind erosion. It has been applied on newly seeded lawn areas and on previously planted" banks without apparent plant injury or reduction of seed germination.

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Spray for soil erosion control: Surface spray of polyvinyl alcohol stabilizes soils on banks or lawn area without injury to plants or to seed germination

John J. Stark
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Spray for soil erosion control: Surface spray of polyvinyl alcohol stabilizes soils on banks or lawn area without injury to plants or to seed germination

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Authors

John J. Stark, University of California, when the above reported study was conducted.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 13(12):6-6.

Published December 01, 1959

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Tests with Elvanol, grade 71-30, indicate that the material might replace straw and wire for control of water or wind erosion. It has been applied on newly seeded lawn areas and on previously planted" banks without apparent plant injury or reduction of seed germination.

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