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California Agriculture, Vol. 18, No.11

Bacterial spot of lettuce
November 1964
Volume 18, Number 11

Research articles

A new disease in California BACTERIAL SPOT OF LETTUCE
by A. GREATHEAD, M. N. SCHROTH, J. P. THOMPSON, R. BARDIN
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SULFUR CONTENT Of Fruit Tree Leaves
by E. L. PROEBSTING, R. TATE
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Performance Comparisons OF CHARBRAY AND HEREFORD CATTLE and Crosses Between Them
by F. D. CARROLL, W. C. ROLLINS
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Feeding Intervals in Range Supplementation of Pregnant Ewes
by D. T. TORELL, W. C. WEIR
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Pregnant ewes grazing winter range forage gained moreand did so without adverse effectswhen supplemented once weekly as compared with five times weekly, in tests at Hopland Field Station. Birth weights of lambs were not affected by the supplementation.
"BUILT-IN" PEST CONTROL For Wall and Cabinet Voids in Houses And Other Buildings Under Construction
by W. EBELING, R. E. WAGNER
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Applications of nontoxic sorptive dusts during construction of houses or other buildings appear to offer a high degree of protection from infestations of cockroaches and other household pests, according to tests during the past six years in two large housing developments, as well as in the laboratory at University of California, Los Angeles. Excellent results were obtained with applications of a silica aerogel (Dri-Die 67) in the walls of houses during construction. To supplement this protection for either new or old construction, the additional procedure of blowing the same desiccating dust into voids under and behind cabinets, built-in kitchen appliances, shelving, bookcases, and similar structures was also found to be very effective. Insects are controlled as long as the dust layer remains dry.
LABORATORY AND TRANSIT TESTS
by F. G. MITCHELL, J. P. GENTRY, RENE GUILLOU, M. H. GERDTS
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ECONOMIC-ENGINEERING COST STUDIES PROVE VALUE OF TIGHT-FILL PEACH PACKING
by R. H. REED, R. H. DAWSON
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California Agriculture, Vol. 18, No.11

Bacterial spot of lettuce
November 1964
Volume 18, Number 11

Research articles

A new disease in California BACTERIAL SPOT OF LETTUCE
by A. GREATHEAD, M. N. SCHROTH, J. P. THOMPSON, R. BARDIN
Full text HTML  | PDF  
SULFUR CONTENT Of Fruit Tree Leaves
by E. L. PROEBSTING, R. TATE
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Performance Comparisons OF CHARBRAY AND HEREFORD CATTLE and Crosses Between Them
by F. D. CARROLL, W. C. ROLLINS
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Feeding Intervals in Range Supplementation of Pregnant Ewes
by D. T. TORELL, W. C. WEIR
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Pregnant ewes grazing winter range forage gained moreand did so without adverse effectswhen supplemented once weekly as compared with five times weekly, in tests at Hopland Field Station. Birth weights of lambs were not affected by the supplementation.
"BUILT-IN" PEST CONTROL For Wall and Cabinet Voids in Houses And Other Buildings Under Construction
by W. EBELING, R. E. WAGNER
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Applications of nontoxic sorptive dusts during construction of houses or other buildings appear to offer a high degree of protection from infestations of cockroaches and other household pests, according to tests during the past six years in two large housing developments, as well as in the laboratory at University of California, Los Angeles. Excellent results were obtained with applications of a silica aerogel (Dri-Die 67) in the walls of houses during construction. To supplement this protection for either new or old construction, the additional procedure of blowing the same desiccating dust into voids under and behind cabinets, built-in kitchen appliances, shelving, bookcases, and similar structures was also found to be very effective. Insects are controlled as long as the dust layer remains dry.
LABORATORY AND TRANSIT TESTS
by F. G. MITCHELL, J. P. GENTRY, RENE GUILLOU, M. H. GERDTS
Full text HTML  | PDF  
ECONOMIC-ENGINEERING COST STUDIES PROVE VALUE OF TIGHT-FILL PEACH PACKING
by R. H. REED, R. H. DAWSON
Full text HTML  | PDF  

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