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Reseeding after klamath weed: Areas cleared of weed by beetles may require a reseeding program to restore valuable forage plants

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Alfred H. Murphy, Experiment Station, Davis.
Carl B. Huffaker

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California Agriculture 3(7):3-3.

Published July 01, 1949

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The local ofice of the Farm Advisor should be consulted as to types of seed to use, the best times for seeding, and the progress of reseeding studies not yet completed. See: “Klamath Weed Beetles” by J. K. Holloway and C. B. Huffaker, California Agriculture, February, 1949, page 3.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1349.

Reseeding after klamath weed: Areas cleared of weed by beetles may require a reseeding program to restore valuable forage plants

Alfred H. Murphy, Carl B. Huffaker
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Reseeding after klamath weed: Areas cleared of weed by beetles may require a reseeding program to restore valuable forage plants

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Authors

Alfred H. Murphy, Experiment Station, Davis.
Carl B. Huffaker

Publication Information

California Agriculture 3(7):3-3.

Published July 01, 1949

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The local ofice of the Farm Advisor should be consulted as to types of seed to use, the best times for seeding, and the progress of reseeding studies not yet completed. See: “Klamath Weed Beetles” by J. K. Holloway and C. B. Huffaker, California Agriculture, February, 1949, page 3.

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Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1349.


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