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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1973 Inactivition of Biocides in Tree Nursery Soils

Inactivition of Biocides in Tree Nursery Soils

A fable of Aesop tells about a man asking a gardener a pertinent question 'Why are wild plants strong and thriving, whereas cultivated plants are spindly and wilted?' In Aesop's day the reason most likely was a depletion of cultivated soils in fertility; in our time similar results are often due to unskilled use of agricultural chemicals.

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Author(s): Jaya G. Iyer, S. A. Wilde

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1973

Event: Northeastern Area Nurserymen's Conference
1973 - Stevens Point, WI