Relationships of agricultural burning and air pollution studied in preliminary experiments
John J. Mcelroy, University of California, Berkeley
California Agriculture 14(9):3-4. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v014n09p3.
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Air pollution—smog—causes California farmers, principally growers of flowers and vegetables, a total annual loss of approximately eight million dollars in returns from crops rendered unsalable by smog.
John J. McElroy, Special Projects, Agricultural Extension, University of California, Berkeley, was Chairman of the Coordinating Committee of the studies reported.
The foregoing article is based on cooperative research conducted by the University of California, State of California Division of Forestry, California Department of Public Health, United States Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station and the Central Valley Range Improvement Association.