Antitranspirants for Conservation of Leaf Water Potential of Transplanted Citrus Trees1

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D. C. Davenport University of California, Davis

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Received for publication May 26, 1972. The research leading to this paper was supported by the Office of Water Resources Research, USDI, under the Grant Agreement No. 14-31-0001-3505 program of Public Law 88-379, as amended, and by the University of California Water Resources Center. It is a part of OWRR Project No. A-035-Cal (WRC Project W-280). The cooperation of Dr. H. Chavez, Superior Farming Co., Bakersfield, California, is gratefully acknowledged.

Assistant Research Water Scientist, Research Associate, and Professor of Water Science, respectively, Department of Water Science and Engineering.

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