California Agriculture, July 1947
Volume 1, Number 8
Sulfaguanidine as control against cecal coccidiosis
by R. A. Bankowski
Not available – first paragraph follows: Sulfaguanidine is a preventive rather than a curative drug in the control of cecal coccidiosis in chickens.
Spinach harvest increased by the use of nitrogen
by O. A. Lorenz
Not available – first paragraph follows: Yield and quality of the California spinach crop can be improved by nitrogen fertilization.
Insecticides may cause unseen internal injuries to plants resulting in losses to growers
by E. T. Bartholomew
Not available – first paragraph follows: An insecticide may be efficient and not cause visible injury to a plant—but that is not a guarantee it does not, or will not, cause internal plant injury.
Dryness protects farm stored grain from insect attack
by A. E. Michelbacher
Not available – first paragraph follows: Many insects that infest grain in farm storage are small. Some are smaller than a grain of wheat. In fact, with some species, a single kernel of grain furnishes sufficient food for the development of from one to several individuals.
Control measures for Armillaria root rot in citrus
by Donald E. Bliss
Not available – first paragraph follows: In citrus, armillaria root rot becomes well established in the roots before any visible effect appears in the top.
Hand pollination of cherimoya practical method for improving fruit set for better yields
by C. A. Schroeder
Not available – first paragraph follows: The cherimoya, said to be among the world's finest fruits is well adapted to many sections of southern California.
Tunnel type drier adapted for use on sacked almonds
by Ben D. Moses
Not available – first paragraph follows: Almond production in California is an important industry, which is evidenced by the following table for California for 1944.
New chemicals for control of citrus mites studied
by L. R. Jeppson
Not available – first paragraph follows: During the past five years the Citrus Experiment Station has conducted field experiments with over 100 new chemicals for the control of the citrus bud mite. Extensive field experiments have been made with three of the most effective chemicals.
Different areas of watermelon studied to determine varying amounts of sugar content
by John H. MacGillivray
Not available – first paragraph follows: The soluble solids content of watermelons appear to be closely related to the sugar content.
Brucellosis effect on reproduction in the swine herd
by H. S. Cameron
Not available – first paragraph follows: In addition to being an important factor in public health, swine brucellosis interferes seriously with economical pork production.
New wax-wrap for frozen pack meat now under study
Vitamin C loss by condensed tomato products in storage shown by laboratory research
Abstracts of new publications