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Chemical control of brush: Field experiments in eradication of range brush by chemical treatment promising but more work needed

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P. S. Pattengale, San Benito County
M. D. Miller, University of California Agricultural Extension Service

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California Agriculture 4(7):3-5.

Published July 01, 1950

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The economics of chemical control of range brush revolve around the price of effective chemicals, the cost of application, and the relative value of the land after the brush has been killed and removed.

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That portion of the foregoing article concerned with Ribes spp. is based upon work reported by H. R. Offord and v. D. Moses of the United States Department of Agriculture.

Chemical control of brush: Field experiments in eradication of range brush by chemical treatment promising but more work needed

P. S. Pattengale, M. D. Miller
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Chemical control of brush: Field experiments in eradication of range brush by chemical treatment promising but more work needed

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Authors

P. S. Pattengale, San Benito County
M. D. Miller, University of California Agricultural Extension Service

Publication Information

California Agriculture 4(7):3-5.

Published July 01, 1950

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The economics of chemical control of range brush revolve around the price of effective chemicals, the cost of application, and the relative value of the land after the brush has been killed and removed.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

That portion of the foregoing article concerned with Ribes spp. is based upon work reported by H. R. Offord and v. D. Moses of the United States Department of Agriculture.


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