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California Agriculture, Vol. 19, No.1

White Asparagus Harvester
January 1965
Volume 19, Number 1

Research articles

Mechanical Harvesting Feasible for White Asparagus
by R. A. Kepner
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Soil Crust Prevention Aids Lettuce Seed Emergence
by K. D. Gowans, D. Ririe, J. Vomacil
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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: soil crusting has long been recog- nized as an obstacle to seedling emergence. This is particularly true with small-sized seed. Soil crusts will often result after a soil is wetted by rain or sprinkling and then dried. Seeds planted during the winter or spring months in much of California stand a very good chance of Ileinp rained on, allowing a crust to form above the seed before emergence. Overplanting the number of seeds required ih the customary way to assure an adequate stand of row crops under these conditions. However, mechanization of many row crops depends in part on planting the crop to a stand, or at least spacing the individual plants so they can lw mechanically thinned.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: soil crusting has long been recog- nized as an obstacle to seedling emergence. This is particularly true with small-sized seed. Soil crusts will often result after a soil is wetted by rain or sprinkling and then dried. Seeds planted during the winter or spring months in much of California stand a very good chance of Ileinp rained on, allowing a crust to form above the seed before emergence. Overplanting the number of seeds required ih the customary way to assure an adequate stand of row crops under these conditions. However, mechanization of many row crops depends in part on planting the crop to a stand, or at least spacing the individual plants so they can lw mechanically thinned.
Rapid Detection of Exocortis in Citrus
by E. C. Calavan, E. F. Frolich, J. B. Carpenter, C. N. Roistacher, D. W. Christiansen
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California Agriculture and World Trade
by Beatrice M. Bain, Sidney Hoos
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The Antimetabolite: Imidazole as a pesticide
by Roy J. Pence
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California Agriculture, Vol. 19, No.1

White Asparagus Harvester
January 1965
Volume 19, Number 1

Research articles

Mechanical Harvesting Feasible for White Asparagus
by R. A. Kepner
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Soil Crust Prevention Aids Lettuce Seed Emergence
by K. D. Gowans, D. Ririe, J. Vomacil
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: soil crusting has long been recog- nized as an obstacle to seedling emergence. This is particularly true with small-sized seed. Soil crusts will often result after a soil is wetted by rain or sprinkling and then dried. Seeds planted during the winter or spring months in much of California stand a very good chance of Ileinp rained on, allowing a crust to form above the seed before emergence. Overplanting the number of seeds required ih the customary way to assure an adequate stand of row crops under these conditions. However, mechanization of many row crops depends in part on planting the crop to a stand, or at least spacing the individual plants so they can lw mechanically thinned.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: soil crusting has long been recog- nized as an obstacle to seedling emergence. This is particularly true with small-sized seed. Soil crusts will often result after a soil is wetted by rain or sprinkling and then dried. Seeds planted during the winter or spring months in much of California stand a very good chance of Ileinp rained on, allowing a crust to form above the seed before emergence. Overplanting the number of seeds required ih the customary way to assure an adequate stand of row crops under these conditions. However, mechanization of many row crops depends in part on planting the crop to a stand, or at least spacing the individual plants so they can lw mechanically thinned.
Rapid Detection of Exocortis in Citrus
by E. C. Calavan, E. F. Frolich, J. B. Carpenter, C. N. Roistacher, D. W. Christiansen
Full text HTML  | PDF  
California Agriculture and World Trade
by Beatrice M. Bain, Sidney Hoos
Full text HTML  | PDF  
The Antimetabolite: Imidazole as a pesticide
by Roy J. Pence
Full text HTML  | PDF  

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