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Leaf burn of avocado: Sodium or chloride accumulation may cause burning of mature avocado leaves of Fuerte and other varieties

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A. D. Ayers, U. S. Salinity Laboratory
D. G. Aldrich, University of California College of Agriculture
J. J. Coony, University of California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 5(12):7-7.

Published December 01, 1951

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Leaf burn of avocado is caused by sodium or chloride accumulation in the leaf, or by inadequate water supply.

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The study reported above was made jointly by the University of California College of Agriculture, Riverside, and the U. S. D. A. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, in cooperation with the 17 Western States and the Territory of HawaĆ¼.

Leaf burn of avocado: Sodium or chloride accumulation may cause burning of mature avocado leaves of Fuerte and other varieties

A. D. Ayers, D. G. Aldrich, J. J. Coony
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Leaf burn of avocado: Sodium or chloride accumulation may cause burning of mature avocado leaves of Fuerte and other varieties

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Authors

A. D. Ayers, U. S. Salinity Laboratory
D. G. Aldrich, University of California College of Agriculture
J. J. Coony, University of California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 5(12):7-7.

Published December 01, 1951

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Leaf burn of avocado is caused by sodium or chloride accumulation in the leaf, or by inadequate water supply.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The study reported above was made jointly by the University of California College of Agriculture, Riverside, and the U. S. D. A. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, in cooperation with the 17 Western States and the Territory of HawaĆ¼.


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