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Citrus trees in water cultures: Information derived from studies using nutrient solutions as tools of research is of inestimable value to citrus industry

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H. D. Chapman, University of California
E. F. Wallihan, University of California
D. S. Rayner, University of California
Harrietann Joseph, University of California

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California Agriculture 12(3):3-4.

Published March 01, 1958

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Certain types of basic information about soil-plant relations are indispensable for a sound basis for soil management. However, soils are an extremely complex body—consisting of almost endless numbers of chemical compounds and minerals, aqueous solutions, gas, and microorganisms—and are continuously changing.

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The above progress report is based on Research Projects No. 1373 and No. 1025.

Citrus trees in water cultures: Information derived from studies using nutrient solutions as tools of research is of inestimable value to citrus industry

H. D. Chapman, E. F. Wallihan, D. S. Rayner, Harrietann Joseph
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Citrus trees in water cultures: Information derived from studies using nutrient solutions as tools of research is of inestimable value to citrus industry

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Authors

H. D. Chapman, University of California
E. F. Wallihan, University of California
D. S. Rayner, University of California
Harrietann Joseph, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 12(3):3-4.

Published March 01, 1958

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Certain types of basic information about soil-plant relations are indispensable for a sound basis for soil management. However, soils are an extremely complex body—consisting of almost endless numbers of chemical compounds and minerals, aqueous solutions, gas, and microorganisms—and are continuously changing.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Projects No. 1373 and No. 1025.


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