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California Agriculture, Vol. 19, No.8

Calmar...a new lettuce variety resistant to Downey Mildew.
August 1965
Volume 19, Number 8

Research articles

Growth of Sugar Cane In areas irrigated with colorado river water
by F. E. Robinson, G. F. Worker
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Calmar: …A new lettuce variety resistant to downy mildew
by J. E. Welch, R. G. Grogan, F. W. Zink, G. M. Kihara, K. A. Kimble
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Iron: Chlorophyll and synthesis
by D. van Noort, A. Wallace
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Tile Drainage: Solves salinity problems in tulelake basin
by K. G. Baghott, C. E. Houston
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Shaker-Clamp Injury to Fruit and Nut Trees: … A research program aimed at causes and control
by P. A. Adrian, R. B. Fridley, D. H. Chaney, K. Uriu
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Testing Permanent Fasteners: For shaker attachment to reduce limb injury in fruit and nut tree harvesting
by P. A. Adrian, R. B. Fridley, David Chaney
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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: to reduce shaker-clamp injuries on fruit and nut trees as described in a companion article in this issue of California Agriculture, tests were made to check the feasibility of using permanently installed fasteners for shaker attachments. This has the advantage of transmitting the shaking force through the fastener to the structural wood rather than through the vulnerable bark and growing tissue
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: to reduce shaker-clamp injuries on fruit and nut trees as described in a companion article in this issue of California Agriculture, tests were made to check the feasibility of using permanently installed fasteners for shaker attachments. This has the advantage of transmitting the shaking force through the fastener to the structural wood rather than through the vulnerable bark and growing tissue
Parallel-Flow Prune Dehydration
by J. P. Gentry, L. L. Claypool, M. W. Miller
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Pump Irrigation: Cost increases in salinas valley
by C. V. Moore, J. H. Snyder
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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: salinas valley pumping costs vary widely depending upon their location, with great differences in pumping costs often occurring over relatively short distances. Yield of ground water aquifers, proximity to the river, and ground elevation are the basic factors determining the pumping lift at any particular location in the Valley. A sample of 1,562 well tests made by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company showed that pump lifts in the Salinas Valley range from less than 25 ft near the Salinas River to over 350 ft on the bench lands near the eastern foothills.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: salinas valley pumping costs vary widely depending upon their location, with great differences in pumping costs often occurring over relatively short distances. Yield of ground water aquifers, proximity to the river, and ground elevation are the basic factors determining the pumping lift at any particular location in the Valley. A sample of 1,562 well tests made by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company showed that pump lifts in the Salinas Valley range from less than 25 ft near the Salinas River to over 350 ft on the bench lands near the eastern foothills.
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California Agriculture, Vol. 19, No.8

Calmar...a new lettuce variety resistant to Downey Mildew.
August 1965
Volume 19, Number 8

Research articles

Growth of Sugar Cane In areas irrigated with colorado river water
by F. E. Robinson, G. F. Worker
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Calmar: …A new lettuce variety resistant to downy mildew
by J. E. Welch, R. G. Grogan, F. W. Zink, G. M. Kihara, K. A. Kimble
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Iron: Chlorophyll and synthesis
by D. van Noort, A. Wallace
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Tile Drainage: Solves salinity problems in tulelake basin
by K. G. Baghott, C. E. Houston
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Shaker-Clamp Injury to Fruit and Nut Trees: … A research program aimed at causes and control
by P. A. Adrian, R. B. Fridley, D. H. Chaney, K. Uriu
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Testing Permanent Fasteners: For shaker attachment to reduce limb injury in fruit and nut tree harvesting
by P. A. Adrian, R. B. Fridley, David Chaney
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: to reduce shaker-clamp injuries on fruit and nut trees as described in a companion article in this issue of California Agriculture, tests were made to check the feasibility of using permanently installed fasteners for shaker attachments. This has the advantage of transmitting the shaking force through the fastener to the structural wood rather than through the vulnerable bark and growing tissue
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: to reduce shaker-clamp injuries on fruit and nut trees as described in a companion article in this issue of California Agriculture, tests were made to check the feasibility of using permanently installed fasteners for shaker attachments. This has the advantage of transmitting the shaking force through the fastener to the structural wood rather than through the vulnerable bark and growing tissue
Parallel-Flow Prune Dehydration
by J. P. Gentry, L. L. Claypool, M. W. Miller
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Pump Irrigation: Cost increases in salinas valley
by C. V. Moore, J. H. Snyder
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: salinas valley pumping costs vary widely depending upon their location, with great differences in pumping costs often occurring over relatively short distances. Yield of ground water aquifers, proximity to the river, and ground elevation are the basic factors determining the pumping lift at any particular location in the Valley. A sample of 1,562 well tests made by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company showed that pump lifts in the Salinas Valley range from less than 25 ft near the Salinas River to over 350 ft on the bench lands near the eastern foothills.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: salinas valley pumping costs vary widely depending upon their location, with great differences in pumping costs often occurring over relatively short distances. Yield of ground water aquifers, proximity to the river, and ground elevation are the basic factors determining the pumping lift at any particular location in the Valley. A sample of 1,562 well tests made by the Pacific Gas and Electric Company showed that pump lifts in the Salinas Valley range from less than 25 ft near the Salinas River to over 350 ft on the bench lands near the eastern foothills.

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