Sulfur deficiency widespread: Areas in 34 of California's 58 counties found to have soils deficient in nutrient essential for normal growth of plants
California Agriculture 12(11):10-12.
Published November 01, 1958
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The frequency of sulfur deficiency in California soils ranks sulfur a close third—after nitrogen and phosphorus—as a major plant nutrient which must be supplied to maintain crop production.