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California Agriculture, Vol. 2, No.4

Concentrate sprays applied by air-carrier sprayers
April 1948
Volume 2, Number 4

Research articles

Concentrate sprays: As applied to deciduous fruit trees
by Arthur D. Borden
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Introduction of the air-carrier type of sprayer in 1944, demonstrated the value of a large volume of air at low velocity in obtaining an even, uniform insecticide coverage in deciduous fruit orchards.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Introduction of the air-carrier type of sprayer in 1944, demonstrated the value of a large volume of air at low velocity in obtaining an even, uniform insecticide coverage in deciduous fruit orchards.
Forage plants for a drouth year: Sudan grass, grain sorghums, summer legumes, and alfalfa
by B. A. Madson, Milton D. Miller
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Sudan grass offers relief in the forage shortage this year.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Sudan grass offers relief in the forage shortage this year.
Automatic temperature: Control recommended for improved wine-growing
by George L. Marsh
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Quality of product in wine-growing could be improved markedly by a closer application of technological knowledge concerning refrigeration requirements of fermentation.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Quality of product in wine-growing could be improved markedly by a closer application of technological knowledge concerning refrigeration requirements of fermentation.
Fattening turkeys: Recommendation for use of estrogens withheld
by F. W. Lorenz
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Not available – first paragraph follows: The fattening effect of estrogens—well understood in chickens—has occasioned considerable interest during the past season which was the first in which estrogen preparations have been generally available to the poultry industry.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The fattening effect of estrogens—well understood in chickens—has occasioned considerable interest during the past season which was the first in which estrogen preparations have been generally available to the poultry industry.
Feeder lambs: Research seeks cause of break among lambs on irrigated pastures
by R. D. Foote, Robert F. Miller, R. Merton Love
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Not available – first paragraph follows: The evidence developed in two years of study—with three lots of lambs on a ranch in Mendocino County—indicates that there are a number of factors involved in the “break” which frequently interrupts the finishing of lambs on irrigated ladino and grass pastures.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The evidence developed in two years of study—with three lots of lambs on a ranch in Mendocino County—indicates that there are a number of factors involved in the “break” which frequently interrupts the finishing of lambs on irrigated ladino and grass pastures.

News and Opinion

Organic phosphate insecticides: Results obtained in 1947 with phosphate insecticides by the Division of Entomology and Parasitology at Berkeley and Davis
by Leslie M. Smith
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Grape bud mite tests
by E. M. Stafford
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Red spiders on grapes
by Leslie M. Smith
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Aphids, mites on pears, prunes
by A. D. Borden, Harold Madsen
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Melon insects and mites
by W. W. Middlekauff, A. E. Michelbacher, Theodore W. Fisher
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Walnut aphid
by W. W. Middlekauff, A. E. Michelbacher
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Olive scale
by E. M. Stafford
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Fig scale
by E. M. Stafford, D. F. Barnes
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Black scale on olives
by E.M. Stafford, R. M. Hoffman
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Grape leafhopper tests
by E. M. Stafford
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Hexaethyl tetraphosphate thermal aerosol fog effective against grape leafhopper
by Norman W. Frazier
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Field tests on some pests of grapes
by Norman W. Frazier
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California cotton insects
by Gordon L. Smith
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Greenhouse plants
by A. Earl Pritchard
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Alfalfa butterfly tests
by Ray F. Smith, William W. Allen
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Tests on bees
by J. E. Eckert
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Mosquito larvae
by Richard M. Bohart
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Spring dwarf nematode
by D. J. Raski, M. W. Allen
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California Agriculture, Vol. 2, No.4

Concentrate sprays applied by air-carrier sprayers
April 1948
Volume 2, Number 4

Research articles

Concentrate sprays: As applied to deciduous fruit trees
by Arthur D. Borden
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Introduction of the air-carrier type of sprayer in 1944, demonstrated the value of a large volume of air at low velocity in obtaining an even, uniform insecticide coverage in deciduous fruit orchards.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Introduction of the air-carrier type of sprayer in 1944, demonstrated the value of a large volume of air at low velocity in obtaining an even, uniform insecticide coverage in deciduous fruit orchards.
Forage plants for a drouth year: Sudan grass, grain sorghums, summer legumes, and alfalfa
by B. A. Madson, Milton D. Miller
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Sudan grass offers relief in the forage shortage this year.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Sudan grass offers relief in the forage shortage this year.
Automatic temperature: Control recommended for improved wine-growing
by George L. Marsh
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Quality of product in wine-growing could be improved markedly by a closer application of technological knowledge concerning refrigeration requirements of fermentation.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Quality of product in wine-growing could be improved markedly by a closer application of technological knowledge concerning refrigeration requirements of fermentation.
Fattening turkeys: Recommendation for use of estrogens withheld
by F. W. Lorenz
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: The fattening effect of estrogens—well understood in chickens—has occasioned considerable interest during the past season which was the first in which estrogen preparations have been generally available to the poultry industry.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The fattening effect of estrogens—well understood in chickens—has occasioned considerable interest during the past season which was the first in which estrogen preparations have been generally available to the poultry industry.
Feeder lambs: Research seeks cause of break among lambs on irrigated pastures
by R. D. Foote, Robert F. Miller, R. Merton Love
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: The evidence developed in two years of study—with three lots of lambs on a ranch in Mendocino County—indicates that there are a number of factors involved in the “break” which frequently interrupts the finishing of lambs on irrigated ladino and grass pastures.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The evidence developed in two years of study—with three lots of lambs on a ranch in Mendocino County—indicates that there are a number of factors involved in the “break” which frequently interrupts the finishing of lambs on irrigated ladino and grass pastures.

News and Opinion

Organic phosphate insecticides: Results obtained in 1947 with phosphate insecticides by the Division of Entomology and Parasitology at Berkeley and Davis
by Leslie M. Smith
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Grape bud mite tests
by E. M. Stafford
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Red spiders on grapes
by Leslie M. Smith
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Aphids, mites on pears, prunes
by A. D. Borden, Harold Madsen
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Melon insects and mites
by W. W. Middlekauff, A. E. Michelbacher, Theodore W. Fisher
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Walnut aphid
by W. W. Middlekauff, A. E. Michelbacher
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Olive scale
by E. M. Stafford
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Fig scale
by E. M. Stafford, D. F. Barnes
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Black scale on olives
by E.M. Stafford, R. M. Hoffman
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Grape leafhopper tests
by E. M. Stafford
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Hexaethyl tetraphosphate thermal aerosol fog effective against grape leafhopper
by Norman W. Frazier
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Field tests on some pests of grapes
by Norman W. Frazier
Full text HTML  | PDF  
California cotton insects
by Gordon L. Smith
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Greenhouse plants
by A. Earl Pritchard
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Alfalfa butterfly tests
by Ray F. Smith, William W. Allen
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Tests on bees
by J. E. Eckert
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Mosquito larvae
by Richard M. Bohart
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Spring dwarf nematode
by D. J. Raski, M. W. Allen
Full text HTML  | PDF  

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