Corpus ID: 214777089

FLOODING TO CONTROL ROOT-KNOT NEMATODES^

@inproceedings{2010FLOODINGTC,
  title={FLOODING TO CONTROL ROOT-KNOT NEMATODES^},
  author={},
  year={2010}
}
  • Published 2010
  • Use-of-water studies in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta were undertaken in 1924, and are still being continued. The delta, about 400,000 acres in area, is composed of peat and sedimentary soil, the latter type amounting to about 60 percent of the whole. The channels of the delta connect with an upper arm of San Francisco Bay and are subject to tidal action. This area, formerly a tidal swamp, was reclaimed by building levees around sections varying in size from a few hundred to several thousand… CONTINUE READING
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