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Use of geese for grass control: Amount of grass, available water, field size, type of crop, among factors affecting use of naturally selective weeders

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Chester C. Conley, University of California
Irvin L. Peterson, University of California

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California Agriculture 11(11):12-12.

Published November 01, 1957

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The use of geese to clean fields of tough perennial grasses—such as Johnson, Bermuda, and nutgrass—has expanded in recent years to include nearly all broadleaf crops.

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Use of geese for grass control: Amount of grass, available water, field size, type of crop, among factors affecting use of naturally selective weeders

Chester C. Conley, Irvin L. Peterson
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Use of geese for grass control: Amount of grass, available water, field size, type of crop, among factors affecting use of naturally selective weeders

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Authors

Chester C. Conley, University of California
Irvin L. Peterson, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 11(11):12-12.

Published November 01, 1957

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The use of geese to clean fields of tough perennial grasses—such as Johnson, Bermuda, and nutgrass—has expanded in recent years to include nearly all broadleaf crops.

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