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Master of Science (MS)
Plants, Soils, and Climate
R. L. Smith
Throughout the years lime-induced chlorosis has contributed to untold economic losses. Although this disease has challenged the technical ingenuity of outstanding plant and soil scientists, the exact cause has never been determined; consequently, no preventative measures or permanent cures can, as yet, be recommended. This physiological malady, unchecked, continues its rampage in regions where the disease is prevalent.
Carlsen, Gary H., "Relationship of Bicarbonate Concentration of Plant Tissue to that of the Growth Media as a Factor in Chlorosis" (1957). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3640.
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