Cyrus M. McKell

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M any native plant species have been described in various reports as having a high potential for development. These reports include such extensive reviews as that of Theisen et al. (1978) on the feasibility of introducing better adapted food crops, the National Academy of Sciences (1975, 1977, 1980) reviews of underexploited tropical plants with economic(More)
Competition for sulfur among Trifolium hirtum, Bromus mollis, and Erodium botrys was studied under adequate (20 lb./acre) and inadequate (5 lb./acre) levels of sulfur and three temperatures (10 degrees, 15.5 degrees, and 21.1 degrees C) under controlled environment conditions. At low levels of sulfur there was little difference in yield or sulfur uptake(More)
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