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Content Type:Q & A
Author(s):McCollam, M. E.; Noer, O. J.; Johnson, Wm.; Davis, Leo W.; Harper, J. C.
Author Affiliation:McCollam: Western Manager, American Potash Institute, San Jose; Noer: Agronomist, Milwaukee Sewerage Commission, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Davis: Director, Growers Advisory Service, Plant Food Division, Swift and Co.; Johnson: Golf Course Manager, Department of Parks and Recreation, City of Los Angeles; Harper: Research Agronomist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C.
Title:I understand that Hyperion sludge is available to school districts at a rather reasonable price. What is Hyperion sludge and how does it compare with Milorganite?
Section:Your problem clinic: Fertilizers
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Meeting Info.:Los Angeles, California: October 12-13, 1953
Source:Proceedings of the Southern California TurfgrassConference. 1953, p. 30-31.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Los Angeles, California: The College of Agriculture and University Extension, University of California in Cooperation with The U.S. Golf Association Green Section
Language:English
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
McCollam, M. E., O. J. Noer, W. Johnson, L. W. Davis, and J. C. Harper. 1953. I understand that Hyperion sludge is available to school districts at a rather reasonable price. What is Hyperion sludge and how does it compare with Milorganite?. p. 30-31. In Proceedings of the Southern California TurfgrassConference. Los Angeles, California: October 12-13, 1953. Los Angeles, California: The College of Agriculture and University Extension, University of California in Cooperation with The U.S. Golf Association Green Section.
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