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California Agriculture, Vol. 19, No.9

Wind Research in Sacramento Valley
Cover:  Wind velocity and direction indicators mounted high on 1,55O-ft TV transmitting tower near Walnut Grove are part of wind pattern research project for Sacramento Valley being conducted by U.C. agricultural engineers.
September 1965
Volume 19, Number 9

Research articles

California Land Conservation Act of 1965: …A new approach to problems of agricultural land use
by J. H. Snyder
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Pour-on applications of Ruelene For cattle grub control
by L. A. Riehl, D. G. Addis, J. B. Burgess, A. S. Deal
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Fly Control in Cattle Feedlots With Residual Sprays
by A. S. Deal, E. C. Loomis, J. B. Burgess, W. R. Bowen
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Birds: As predators of destructive forest insects
by D. L. Dahlsten, S. G. Herman
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Integrating Management of Ground and Imported Water in Los Angeles County
by Robert L. Leonard
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Factors Affecting Flowering of Bougainvillea
by W. P. Hackett
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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: difficultyis usually encountered in promoting flowering of bougainvillea in the nursery. Several reports suggest that some species are short-day plants, yet flowering in the coastal southern California landscape commonly occurs during the spring and summer months when days are longe. Some environmental factors other than daylength apparently affect flowering in bougainvillea.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: difficultyis usually encountered in promoting flowering of bougainvillea in the nursery. Several reports suggest that some species are short-day plants, yet flowering in the coastal southern California landscape commonly occurs during the spring and summer months when days are longe. Some environmental factors other than daylength apparently affect flowering in bougainvillea.
Mineral Nutritional Problems of Trifoliate Orange Rootstock
by A. H. Khadr, A. Wallace, E. M. Romney
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California Agriculture, Vol. 19, No.9

Wind Research in Sacramento Valley
Cover:  Wind velocity and direction indicators mounted high on 1,55O-ft TV transmitting tower near Walnut Grove are part of wind pattern research project for Sacramento Valley being conducted by U.C. agricultural engineers.
September 1965
Volume 19, Number 9

Research articles

California Land Conservation Act of 1965: …A new approach to problems of agricultural land use
by J. H. Snyder
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Pour-on applications of Ruelene For cattle grub control
by L. A. Riehl, D. G. Addis, J. B. Burgess, A. S. Deal
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Fly Control in Cattle Feedlots With Residual Sprays
by A. S. Deal, E. C. Loomis, J. B. Burgess, W. R. Bowen
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Birds: As predators of destructive forest insects
by D. L. Dahlsten, S. G. Herman
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Integrating Management of Ground and Imported Water in Los Angeles County
by Robert L. Leonard
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Factors Affecting Flowering of Bougainvillea
by W. P. Hackett
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: difficultyis usually encountered in promoting flowering of bougainvillea in the nursery. Several reports suggest that some species are short-day plants, yet flowering in the coastal southern California landscape commonly occurs during the spring and summer months when days are longe. Some environmental factors other than daylength apparently affect flowering in bougainvillea.
Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: difficultyis usually encountered in promoting flowering of bougainvillea in the nursery. Several reports suggest that some species are short-day plants, yet flowering in the coastal southern California landscape commonly occurs during the spring and summer months when days are longe. Some environmental factors other than daylength apparently affect flowering in bougainvillea.
Mineral Nutritional Problems of Trifoliate Orange Rootstock
by A. H. Khadr, A. Wallace, E. M. Romney
Full text HTML  | PDF  

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