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Overhead Irrigation Encourages Wet-Weather Plant Diseases

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W. C. Snyder, University of California
R. G. Grogan, U.C. Davis
R. Bardin, Monterey County
M. N. Schroth, U.C. Berkeley

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California Agriculture 19(5):11-11.

Published May 01, 1965

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This report confirms previous research showing that such wet-warm-weather diseases as halo blight, anthracnose, black rot, downy mildew, leaf spot, early blight, bacterial spot, and other similar diseases, will disappear from warm-season, sprinkler-irrigated crops in California's coastal and interior valleys when the water is applied by furrow irrigation.

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Overhead Irrigation Encourages Wet-Weather Plant Diseases

W. C. Snyder, R. G. Grogan, R. Bardin, M. N. Schroth
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Overhead Irrigation Encourages Wet-Weather Plant Diseases

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Authors

W. C. Snyder, University of California
R. G. Grogan, U.C. Davis
R. Bardin, Monterey County
M. N. Schroth, U.C. Berkeley

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(5):11-11.

Published May 01, 1965

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

This report confirms previous research showing that such wet-warm-weather diseases as halo blight, anthracnose, black rot, downy mildew, leaf spot, early blight, bacterial spot, and other similar diseases, will disappear from warm-season, sprinkler-irrigated crops in California's coastal and interior valleys when the water is applied by furrow irrigation.

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