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Brown checking of celery: Variety and relative accumulation of potassium and boron found to be factors affecting incidence of disease

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P. A. Minges, University of Calilornia College of Agriculture
M. Yamaguchi, University of California College of Agriculture
J. E. Knott, University of California College of Agriculture
A. R. Spurr, University of California College of Agriculture
J. E. Welch, University o] California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 6(12):5-6.

Published December 01, 1952

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Abstract

Use of less susceptible celery varieties—-such as Summer Pascal or Utah 52-70—appears to be the best recommendation for control of brown checking.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1175

Farm advisors, B. J. Hall, Son Diego County; A. S. Greathead, Monterey County; A. H. Holland, Orange County; D. E. Creighton, Ventura County; H. L. Hall, Santa Barbara County; J. P. Underhill, San Joaquin County; T. M. Aldrich, San Luis Obispo County; and W. A. Seyman, Santa Clara County, University of California College of Agriculture, conducted the variety trials in their respective counties and assisted in the collection o] data and samples

Brown checking of celery: Variety and relative accumulation of potassium and boron found to be factors affecting incidence of disease

P. A. Minges, M. Yamaguchi, J. E. Knott, A. R. Spurr, J. E. Welch
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Brown checking of celery: Variety and relative accumulation of potassium and boron found to be factors affecting incidence of disease

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Authors

P. A. Minges, University of Calilornia College of Agriculture
M. Yamaguchi, University of California College of Agriculture
J. E. Knott, University of California College of Agriculture
A. R. Spurr, University of California College of Agriculture
J. E. Welch, University o] California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 6(12):5-6.

Published December 01, 1952

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Use of less susceptible celery varieties—-such as Summer Pascal or Utah 52-70—appears to be the best recommendation for control of brown checking.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1175

Farm advisors, B. J. Hall, Son Diego County; A. S. Greathead, Monterey County; A. H. Holland, Orange County; D. E. Creighton, Ventura County; H. L. Hall, Santa Barbara County; J. P. Underhill, San Joaquin County; T. M. Aldrich, San Luis Obispo County; and W. A. Seyman, Santa Clara County, University of California College of Agriculture, conducted the variety trials in their respective counties and assisted in the collection o] data and samples


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