Results are briefly given of the use of pure Menhaden fish oil as a sticker for lead arsenate with various spray combinations. Over one thousand acres of fruit in Delaware during past season were sprayed with excellent results with the fish oil used as a sticker in the early sprays. On account of its wonderful sticking qualities this material can be recommended with safety only for use in the early sprays.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 1929
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