Mineral nutrition of stocks: Need for potassium can be anticipated by soil analysis to determine calcium-potassium ratio
Garth A. Cahoon, University of California, Riverside
Duane O. Crummett
California Agriculture 8(9):10-15. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v008n09p10.
Garth A. Cahoon is Junior Horticulturist, University of California, Riverside; Duane O. Crummett was Assistant Plant Physiologist, University of California, Los Angeles, at the time this study was made.
Abstract not Available – first paragraph follows:
Stocks–Matthiola incana – comprise the second largest floricultural field crop, in terms of acreage, produced in California.