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Effect of nontillage of navels: Relation of some tillage practices to water infiltration, yield, and quality of oranges part of fertilizer experiment

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W. W. Jones, University of California
C. B. Cree, University of California
T. W. Embleton, University of California

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California Agriculture 12(3):5-10.

Published March 01, 1958

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Abstract

In the course of a long-term fertilizer experiment with Washington Navel oranges at Riverside, studies were made—during the period 1953-1957—on the relation of tillage and fertilizer treatments to the rate of water intake by the soil and to yield and fruit quality.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 594.

Effect of nontillage of navels: Relation of some tillage practices to water infiltration, yield, and quality of oranges part of fertilizer experiment

W. W. Jones, C. B. Cree, T. W. Embleton
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Effect of nontillage of navels: Relation of some tillage practices to water infiltration, yield, and quality of oranges part of fertilizer experiment

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Authors

W. W. Jones, University of California
C. B. Cree, University of California
T. W. Embleton, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 12(3):5-10.

Published March 01, 1958

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

In the course of a long-term fertilizer experiment with Washington Navel oranges at Riverside, studies were made—during the period 1953-1957—on the relation of tillage and fertilizer treatments to the rate of water intake by the soil and to yield and fruit quality.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 594.


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