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California Agriculture, Vol. 5, No.12

Brucellosis control by calfhood vaccination
December 1951
Volume 5, Number 12

Research articles

Brucellosis control: Successful state law regulating calfhood vaccination program followed 18 years of experimental tests
by Kenneth G. McKay
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Each month of the current year an average of 25,110 calves were vaccinated against brucellosis in California.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Each month of the current year an average of 25,110 calves were vaccinated against brucellosis in California.
Artificial breeding of turkeys: Artificial insemination of turkeys requires exacting procedures but does offer specific advantages
by F. W. Lorenz, J. D. Carson
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Artificial insemination of breeding turkeys seems to offer three specific advantages over natural mating: 1, elimination of the need for saddles and thus of damage to the hens by the toms, 2, fewer males needed, and 3, increased fertility.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Artificial insemination of breeding turkeys seems to offer three specific advantages over natural mating: 1, elimination of the need for saddles and thus of damage to the hens by the toms, 2, fewer males needed, and 3, increased fertility.
Six-spotted mite on avocado: Spray and dust applications of various acaricides tested against pest causing serious defoliation
by Roy J. Pence
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Not available – first paragraph follows: The Six-spotted Mite,Eotetranychus sexmaculatus (Riley) has become–at least temporarily–the most important avocado pest problem in coastal San Diego County.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The Six-spotted Mite,Eotetranychus sexmaculatus (Riley) has become–at least temporarily–the most important avocado pest problem in coastal San Diego County.
Leaf burn of avocado: Sodium or chloride accumulation may cause burning of mature avocado leaves of Fuerte and other varieties
by A. D. Ayers, D. G. Aldrich, J. J. Coony
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Leaf burn of avocado is caused by sodium or chloride accumulation in the leaf, or by inadequate water supply.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Leaf burn of avocado is caused by sodium or chloride accumulation in the leaf, or by inadequate water supply.
Report of long-term research on the avocado: Studies on alternate bearing, varieties, rootstock, propagation and storage by Division of Subtropical Horticulture
by Robert W. Hodgson
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Not available – first paragraph follows: Erratic bearing behavior and consequent low-average yield of the principal commercial variety of avocado–Fuerte– was noted by growers when the industry was young. It was a matter of general concern, for it was realized that higher yields and more regular production would be necessary to bring this new and strikingly different fruit within the purchasing power of the average consumer and thus permit the development of a commercial orchard industry in southern California.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Erratic bearing behavior and consequent low-average yield of the principal commercial variety of avocado–Fuerte– was noted by growers when the industry was young. It was a matter of general concern, for it was realized that higher yields and more regular production would be necessary to bring this new and strikingly different fruit within the purchasing power of the average consumer and thus permit the development of a commercial orchard industry in southern California.
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California Agriculture, Vol. 5, No.12

Brucellosis control by calfhood vaccination
December 1951
Volume 5, Number 12

Research articles

Brucellosis control: Successful state law regulating calfhood vaccination program followed 18 years of experimental tests
by Kenneth G. McKay
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Each month of the current year an average of 25,110 calves were vaccinated against brucellosis in California.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Each month of the current year an average of 25,110 calves were vaccinated against brucellosis in California.
Artificial breeding of turkeys: Artificial insemination of turkeys requires exacting procedures but does offer specific advantages
by F. W. Lorenz, J. D. Carson
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Artificial insemination of breeding turkeys seems to offer three specific advantages over natural mating: 1, elimination of the need for saddles and thus of damage to the hens by the toms, 2, fewer males needed, and 3, increased fertility.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Artificial insemination of breeding turkeys seems to offer three specific advantages over natural mating: 1, elimination of the need for saddles and thus of damage to the hens by the toms, 2, fewer males needed, and 3, increased fertility.
Six-spotted mite on avocado: Spray and dust applications of various acaricides tested against pest causing serious defoliation
by Roy J. Pence
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: The Six-spotted Mite,Eotetranychus sexmaculatus (Riley) has become–at least temporarily–the most important avocado pest problem in coastal San Diego County.
Not available – first paragraph follows: The Six-spotted Mite,Eotetranychus sexmaculatus (Riley) has become–at least temporarily–the most important avocado pest problem in coastal San Diego County.
Leaf burn of avocado: Sodium or chloride accumulation may cause burning of mature avocado leaves of Fuerte and other varieties
by A. D. Ayers, D. G. Aldrich, J. J. Coony
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Leaf burn of avocado is caused by sodium or chloride accumulation in the leaf, or by inadequate water supply.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Leaf burn of avocado is caused by sodium or chloride accumulation in the leaf, or by inadequate water supply.
Report of long-term research on the avocado: Studies on alternate bearing, varieties, rootstock, propagation and storage by Division of Subtropical Horticulture
by Robert W. Hodgson
| Full text HTML  | PDF  
Not available – first paragraph follows: Erratic bearing behavior and consequent low-average yield of the principal commercial variety of avocado–Fuerte– was noted by growers when the industry was young. It was a matter of general concern, for it was realized that higher yields and more regular production would be necessary to bring this new and strikingly different fruit within the purchasing power of the average consumer and thus permit the development of a commercial orchard industry in southern California.
Not available – first paragraph follows: Erratic bearing behavior and consequent low-average yield of the principal commercial variety of avocado–Fuerte– was noted by growers when the industry was young. It was a matter of general concern, for it was realized that higher yields and more regular production would be necessary to bring this new and strikingly different fruit within the purchasing power of the average consumer and thus permit the development of a commercial orchard industry in southern California.

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