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Almond yield reduction

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Authors

M. Gerdts, Parlier
W. C. Micke, Davis
D. Rough, San Joaquin County
K. W. Hench, Kern County
L.T. Browne, Fresno County
G. S. Sibbett, Tulare County

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California Agriculture 29(3):14-14.

Published March 01, 1975

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Non-infectious bud failure (bf) is a genetic disorder of almonds that is present in a number of commercial varieties grown in California. Nonpareil, the industry's most important variety, is widely affected in certain sections of the San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys.

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George Leavitt, Jr., Ernest Roncoroni, and James Yeager, Staff Research Associates, University of California, assisted in this study.

Almond yield reduction

M. Gerdts, W. C. Micke, D. Rough, K. W. Hench, L.T. Browne, G. S. Sibbett
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Almond yield reduction

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Authors

M. Gerdts, Parlier
W. C. Micke, Davis
D. Rough, San Joaquin County
K. W. Hench, Kern County
L.T. Browne, Fresno County
G. S. Sibbett, Tulare County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(3):14-14.

Published March 01, 1975

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Non-infectious bud failure (bf) is a genetic disorder of almonds that is present in a number of commercial varieties grown in California. Nonpareil, the industry's most important variety, is widely affected in certain sections of the San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

George Leavitt, Jr., Ernest Roncoroni, and James Yeager, Staff Research Associates, University of California, assisted in this study.


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