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Content Type:Q & A
Author(s):Noer, O. J.; Davidson, Lee; Martin, W. E.
Author Affiliation:Noer: Agronomist, Milwaukee Sewerage Commission, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Martin: Soils Specialist, Agricultural Extension Service, University of California, Berkeley
Title:Urea has been included with the inorganic chemicals, yet it is also called organic by some. Why does it not react like manure or sludge and deliver its chemical more slowly?
Section:Question and answer clinic: Fertilizers
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Meeting Info.:Davis, California: October 8, 1953
Source:Proceedings of the Northern California Turfgrass Conference. 1953, p. 51.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:[Oakland, California]: The College of Agriculture and University Extension, University of California, Berkeley and the U.S. Golf Association Green Section and Northern California Turf Advisory Committee]
Language:English
References:0
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Noer, O. J., L. Davidson, and W. E. Martin. 1953. Urea has been included with the inorganic chemicals, yet it is also called organic by some. Why does it not react like manure or sludge and deliver its chemical more slowly?. Proceedings of the Northern California Turfgrass Conference. p. 51.
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