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Date of Award

1937

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)

Department

Botany

First Advisor

E. E. Stanford

Abstract

Sacramento County has many types of Agriculture and many weed pests which compete with the crops. Stock may be poisoned by certain weeds and weeds may also act as hosts for fungus diseases, virus diseases and insect pests of cultivated crops. Many plants may be weeds in one locality and harmless or beneficial in other parts. The author has made a thorough study of the country's agriculture and its weeds. Latest control practices were also studied.

Pages

126

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Botany Commons

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