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California Agriculture, Vol. 4, No.9

Damage and cost of uncontrolled range fires
September 1950
Volume 4, Number 9

Research articles

Grape bud mite problem: Seven symptoms of vineyard infestation which bud mite may produce on vines described for growers
by Leslie M. Smith, Eugene M. Stafford
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Not available – first paragraph follows: The grape bud mite is responsible for serious damage to grape vines, and causes loss of crop.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The grape bud mite is responsible for serious damage to grape vines, and causes loss of crop.
New Grasses: Drought-resistant strains of perennials developed for dry range lands
by G. L. Stebbins
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Not available – first paragraph follows: New strains and species of drought-resistant perennial forage grasses—capable of competing with annual weeds more successfully than any species now existing—may be produced.
Not available – first paragraph follows: New strains and species of drought-resistant perennial forage grasses—capable of competing with annual weeds more successfully than any species now existing—may be produced.
Asiatic newcastle disease: Outbreak checked to eliminate potential source of loss to poultry industry in California and nation
by W. J. Mathey, D. E. Stover, J. R. Beach
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Not available – first paragraph follows: The lifting of quarantines on June 15, 1950, from five California premises on which game birds are raised confirmed the elimination of a potential source of great loss for the poultry industry of the state and the nation.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The lifting of quarantines on June 15, 1950, from five California premises on which game birds are raised confirmed the elimination of a potential source of great loss for the poultry industry of the state and the nation.
Wild fire damage and cost far-reaching: Protection costs, damage potential high, due to topography, climate, use damage to natural resources may be permanent loss of community values
by John A. Zivnuska, Keith Arnold, Charles Arment
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Not available – first paragraph follows: The most difficult, important, and expensive problem of forest fire control in the United States is in California.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The most difficult, important, and expensive problem of forest fire control in the United States is in California.
Frost protection for citrus: Combined use of wind machines and distributed orchard heaters provides extra frost protection
by F. A. Brooks, D. G. Rhoades, H. B. Schultz
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Orchard temperature responses— measured at the Citrus Experiment Station at Riverside—showed a gain of 20% to 30% above the sum of the separate responses—verifying reports of growers that the combination increased frost protection.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Orchard temperature responses— measured at the Citrus Experiment Station at Riverside—showed a gain of 20% to 30% above the sum of the separate responses—verifying reports of growers that the combination increased frost protection.
Seed-corn maggot on gladioli: A newly recognized pest of glads may be controlled by application of chlordane to furrows at planting
by A. Earl Pritchard
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Not available – first paragraph follows: The seed-corn maggot—Hylemyacilicrura (Rondani)— a well-known pest of several important vegetable and flower crops, has been found to be widely distributed in California.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The seed-corn maggot—Hylemyacilicrura (Rondani)— a well-known pest of several important vegetable and flower crops, has been found to be widely distributed in California.
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California Agriculture, Vol. 4, No.9

Damage and cost of uncontrolled range fires
September 1950
Volume 4, Number 9

Research articles

Grape bud mite problem: Seven symptoms of vineyard infestation which bud mite may produce on vines described for growers
by Leslie M. Smith, Eugene M. Stafford
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: The grape bud mite is responsible for serious damage to grape vines, and causes loss of crop.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The grape bud mite is responsible for serious damage to grape vines, and causes loss of crop.
New Grasses: Drought-resistant strains of perennials developed for dry range lands
by G. L. Stebbins
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: New strains and species of drought-resistant perennial forage grasses—capable of competing with annual weeds more successfully than any species now existing—may be produced.
Not available – first paragraph follows: New strains and species of drought-resistant perennial forage grasses—capable of competing with annual weeds more successfully than any species now existing—may be produced.
Asiatic newcastle disease: Outbreak checked to eliminate potential source of loss to poultry industry in California and nation
by W. J. Mathey, D. E. Stover, J. R. Beach
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: The lifting of quarantines on June 15, 1950, from five California premises on which game birds are raised confirmed the elimination of a potential source of great loss for the poultry industry of the state and the nation.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The lifting of quarantines on June 15, 1950, from five California premises on which game birds are raised confirmed the elimination of a potential source of great loss for the poultry industry of the state and the nation.
Wild fire damage and cost far-reaching: Protection costs, damage potential high, due to topography, climate, use damage to natural resources may be permanent loss of community values
by John A. Zivnuska, Keith Arnold, Charles Arment
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: The most difficult, important, and expensive problem of forest fire control in the United States is in California.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The most difficult, important, and expensive problem of forest fire control in the United States is in California.
Frost protection for citrus: Combined use of wind machines and distributed orchard heaters provides extra frost protection
by F. A. Brooks, D. G. Rhoades, H. B. Schultz
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Orchard temperature responses— measured at the Citrus Experiment Station at Riverside—showed a gain of 20% to 30% above the sum of the separate responses—verifying reports of growers that the combination increased frost protection.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Orchard temperature responses— measured at the Citrus Experiment Station at Riverside—showed a gain of 20% to 30% above the sum of the separate responses—verifying reports of growers that the combination increased frost protection.
Seed-corn maggot on gladioli: A newly recognized pest of glads may be controlled by application of chlordane to furrows at planting
by A. Earl Pritchard
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: The seed-corn maggot—Hylemyacilicrura (Rondani)— a well-known pest of several important vegetable and flower crops, has been found to be widely distributed in California.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The seed-corn maggot—Hylemyacilicrura (Rondani)— a well-known pest of several important vegetable and flower crops, has been found to be widely distributed in California.

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