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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Plants, Soils, and Climate
R. L. Smith
In a few instances an agricultural problem lend itself well to research into some of the more basic aspects of a problem as well as to research to determine the exact nature of the problem ad to prescribe a cure. Such a problem was found by the author to exist on a soil of the Twin Falls, Idaho area. Besides making an attempt to ascertain the exact nature of the problem, an experiment was set up in an attempt to understand more about the mechanism responsible for the problem.
De Remer, Edgar Dale, "Experiments on the Origin and Nature of a Zinc Deficiency of Field Beans on a Portneuf Soil as Determined by the Application of Zinc 65" (1962). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3474.
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