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California Agriculture, Vol. 5, No.7

Report of current plant pathology research
July 1951
Volume 5, Number 7

Research articles

Dried Fruit Market in Europesurvey in six countries finds outlook dim for immediate recovery of prewar level of United States exports
by H. R. Wellman
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Elimination of Crown Galltreating small galls on young trees with Elgetol-methanol mixture assures control in almond, peach, walnut orchard
by Peter A. Ark, C. Emlen Scott
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Red Cotyledon of Lettucestudy of abnormality shows seedling growth not always retarded, calls for modified germination requirements
by Wesley H. Dempsey, James F. Harrington
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Chemical Control of BrushCoyote brush effectively cleared by use of 2,4-D in land conservation studies in San Mateo County
by J. J. McNamara
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Use of Fire in Land Clearingcareful management of controlled burn requires effective patrol and mop-up operations to achieve planned results
by Keith Arnold, L. T. Burcham, Ralph L. Fenner, R. F. Grah
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Ants and Citrus Pestsant infestation of tree by restricting biological control causes leaf and crop reduction, and smaller fruit sizes
by Paul DeBach, E. J. Dietrick, C. A. Fleschner
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Plant Pathology Research Report research program aims at prevention and cure of crop plant diseases From seed to harvest
by Editors
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The Fern Mitea newly recognized pest on California ferns readily controlled by treatment with proper chemicals
by A. Earl Pritchard
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Citrus Mealybugfour new parasites studied in biological control experiments
by S. E. Flanders
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California Agriculture, Vol. 5, No.7

Report of current plant pathology research
July 1951
Volume 5, Number 7

Research articles

Dried Fruit Market in Europesurvey in six countries finds outlook dim for immediate recovery of prewar level of United States exports
by H. R. Wellman
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Elimination of Crown Galltreating small galls on young trees with Elgetol-methanol mixture assures control in almond, peach, walnut orchard
by Peter A. Ark, C. Emlen Scott
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Red Cotyledon of Lettucestudy of abnormality shows seedling growth not always retarded, calls for modified germination requirements
by Wesley H. Dempsey, James F. Harrington
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Chemical Control of BrushCoyote brush effectively cleared by use of 2,4-D in land conservation studies in San Mateo County
by J. J. McNamara
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Use of Fire in Land Clearingcareful management of controlled burn requires effective patrol and mop-up operations to achieve planned results
by Keith Arnold, L. T. Burcham, Ralph L. Fenner, R. F. Grah
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Ants and Citrus Pestsant infestation of tree by restricting biological control causes leaf and crop reduction, and smaller fruit sizes
by Paul DeBach, E. J. Dietrick, C. A. Fleschner
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Plant Pathology Research Report research program aims at prevention and cure of crop plant diseases From seed to harvest
by Editors
Full text HTML  | PDF  
The Fern Mitea newly recognized pest on California ferns readily controlled by treatment with proper chemicals
by A. Earl Pritchard
Full text HTML  | PDF  
Citrus Mealybugfour new parasites studied in biological control experiments
by S. E. Flanders
Full text HTML  | PDF  

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