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California Agriculture, Vol. 19, No.11

Strawberry research at the Deciduous Fruit Field Station, San Jose, includes projects on varieties, diseases, insects, and dates of planting.
November 1965
Volume 19, Number 11

Research articles

Turfgrass irrigation: By Tensiometer-Controlled System
by W. C. Morgan, A. W. Marsh
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Potassium-Magnesium: Interrelationships in Cotton
by A. L. Page, F. T. Bingham
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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: recent field experiments have demonstrated that certain soils in the San Joaquin Valley need to be fertilized with heavy applications of potassium (K) o obtain maximum production. The question of what effect these high K additions have on the nutritional status of 3ther plant-essential elements for cotton has never been answered, but K-induced magnesium (Mg) deficiencies had been demonstrated for a number of crops by previous investigators. A greenhouse experiment to evaluate the effect of K on the Mg status of the cotton plant, under California conditions, was conducted at Riverside. Distinct K- and Mg-deficiency symptoms, along with the associated plant tissue analyses, were developed.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: recent field experiments have demonstrated that certain soils in the San Joaquin Valley need to be fertilized with heavy applications of potassium (K) o obtain maximum production. The question of what effect these high K additions have on the nutritional status of 3ther plant-essential elements for cotton has never been answered, but K-induced magnesium (Mg) deficiencies had been demonstrated for a number of crops by previous investigators. A greenhouse experiment to evaluate the effect of K on the Mg status of the cotton plant, under California conditions, was conducted at Riverside. Distinct K- and Mg-deficiency symptoms, along with the associated plant tissue analyses, were developed.
B-nine: Fall sprays delay bloom and increase fruit set on bartlett pears
by W. H. Griggs, B. T. Iwakiri, R. S. Bethell
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Flower Beds in Public Places
by Jack Debie, R. M. Sachs, Marion Stephens
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Bloom Spraying with Gibberellin Loosens Clusters of Thompson Seedless Grapes
by R. J. Weaver, R. M. Pool
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Deciduous Fruit Field Station
by San Jose
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California Agriculture, Vol. 19, No.11

Strawberry research at the Deciduous Fruit Field Station, San Jose, includes projects on varieties, diseases, insects, and dates of planting.
November 1965
Volume 19, Number 11

Research articles

Turfgrass irrigation: By Tensiometer-Controlled System
by W. C. Morgan, A. W. Marsh
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Potassium-Magnesium: Interrelationships in Cotton
by A. L. Page, F. T. Bingham
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: recent field experiments have demonstrated that certain soils in the San Joaquin Valley need to be fertilized with heavy applications of potassium (K) o obtain maximum production. The question of what effect these high K additions have on the nutritional status of 3ther plant-essential elements for cotton has never been answered, but K-induced magnesium (Mg) deficiencies had been demonstrated for a number of crops by previous investigators. A greenhouse experiment to evaluate the effect of K on the Mg status of the cotton plant, under California conditions, was conducted at Riverside. Distinct K- and Mg-deficiency symptoms, along with the associated plant tissue analyses, were developed.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: recent field experiments have demonstrated that certain soils in the San Joaquin Valley need to be fertilized with heavy applications of potassium (K) o obtain maximum production. The question of what effect these high K additions have on the nutritional status of 3ther plant-essential elements for cotton has never been answered, but K-induced magnesium (Mg) deficiencies had been demonstrated for a number of crops by previous investigators. A greenhouse experiment to evaluate the effect of K on the Mg status of the cotton plant, under California conditions, was conducted at Riverside. Distinct K- and Mg-deficiency symptoms, along with the associated plant tissue analyses, were developed.
B-nine: Fall sprays delay bloom and increase fruit set on bartlett pears
by W. H. Griggs, B. T. Iwakiri, R. S. Bethell
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Flower Beds in Public Places
by Jack Debie, R. M. Sachs, Marion Stephens
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Bloom Spraying with Gibberellin Loosens Clusters of Thompson Seedless Grapes
by R. J. Weaver, R. M. Pool
Full text HTML  | PDF  

General Information

Deciduous Fruit Field Station
by San Jose
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