Malnutrition Symptoms of Citrus with Practical Methods of Treatment
The purpose of this bulletin is to bring before the Florida grower, in a brief practical and scientific manner, the known information regarding the malnutrition problems of citrus, point out the deficiency symptoms of various nutrients, as well as the symptoms of excesses. By so doing and suggesting economical methods of treatment, it is hoped that the grower will understand production problems sufficiently well to eliminate waseful practices and increase the efficiency of production. The increased demand for fruit of high internal quality necessitates more attention to those production factors which favorably affect quality.
- Published: 1961
- Publisher: State of Florida, Dept. of Agriculture
- Dewey Decimal: 634.3
- ECHO Library: 634.3 BRY