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Spray weed seedlings: When small for best control in noncultivation programs

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Burnell E. Yarick

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California Agriculture 2(8):7-8.

Published August 01, 1948

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Citrus growers using a noncultivation program can save labor and material costs by accurately timing the application of their weed sprays.

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Spray weed seedlings: When small for best control in noncultivation programs

Richard E. Puffer, Burnell E. Yarick
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Spray weed seedlings: When small for best control in noncultivation programs

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Burnell E. Yarick

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California Agriculture 2(8):7-8.

Published August 01, 1948

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Abstract

Citrus growers using a noncultivation program can save labor and material costs by accurately timing the application of their weed sprays.

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