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New aqueous resinous soil stabilizers: Offer erosion control and water conservation possibilities

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Roy J. Pence, University of California
J. Letey, Department of Irrigation and Soil Science
R. E. Pelishek, Department of Irrigation and Soil Science
J. Osborn, Department of Irrigation and Soil Science

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California Agriculture 16(3):14-15.

Published March 01, 1962

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New resinous stabilizers for raw soil that will also allow water penetration for plant growth are now available. Some of these materials show pramise for control of wind or rain erosion previously possible only by a well established cover crop. New experimental formulas, found effective in the laboratory, along with others already on the market, are being field tested to determine their value in erosion control and water conservation.

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New aqueous resinous soil stabilizers: Offer erosion control and water conservation possibilities

Roy J. Pence, J. Letey, R. E. Pelishek, J. Osborn
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New aqueous resinous soil stabilizers: Offer erosion control and water conservation possibilities

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Authors

Roy J. Pence, University of California
J. Letey, Department of Irrigation and Soil Science
R. E. Pelishek, Department of Irrigation and Soil Science
J. Osborn, Department of Irrigation and Soil Science

Publication Information

California Agriculture 16(3):14-15.

Published March 01, 1962

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

New resinous stabilizers for raw soil that will also allow water penetration for plant growth are now available. Some of these materials show pramise for control of wind or rain erosion previously possible only by a well established cover crop. New experimental formulas, found effective in the laboratory, along with others already on the market, are being field tested to determine their value in erosion control and water conservation.

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