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The U.C. system for producing healthy container-grown plants : through the use of clean soil, clean stock and sanitation / edited by Kenneth F. Baker ; Philip A. Chandler ... [et al.]
Bib ID 3034865
Format BookBook
Edition 1st Australian ed. 
Printer (1985)
Description [Parramatta, N.S.W.] : Australian Nurserymen's Association, 1979 
332 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0949324027
Series

Manual (California Agricultural Experiment Station) ; 23.

Notes

Reprint of 1979 ed.

Includes index.

"February 1985'.

Bibliography: p. 285-298.

Subjects Fertilizers.  |  Nursery stock.  |  Soil disinfection.
Other authors/contributors Baker, Kenneth F. (Kenneth Frank), 1908-  |  Chandler, Philip A. (Philip Arthur), 1913-  |  Australian Nurserymen's Association

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