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Fertilization of range forage: Use of exploratory plots on range may indicate kind of fertilizer needed for optimum nutrition of forage plants

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John P. Conrad, University of California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 5(2):3-4.

Published February 01, 1951

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Range fertilization experimental plots gave greatly increased yields during the past season–without additional fertilizer since the unfavorable growing season of 1949.

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E. Torpen, Faram Advisor, Sonoma County, University of California College of Agriculture co-operated in obtaining Sonoma County data presented in the above article.

Fertilization of range forage: Use of exploratory plots on range may indicate kind of fertilizer needed for optimum nutrition of forage plants

John P. Conrad
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Fertilization of range forage: Use of exploratory plots on range may indicate kind of fertilizer needed for optimum nutrition of forage plants

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Authors

John P. Conrad, University of California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 5(2):3-4.

Published February 01, 1951

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Range fertilization experimental plots gave greatly increased yields during the past season–without additional fertilizer since the unfavorable growing season of 1949.

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Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

E. Torpen, Faram Advisor, Sonoma County, University of California College of Agriculture co-operated in obtaining Sonoma County data presented in the above article.


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