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Climate effects on grapefruit and lemons

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E. M. Nauer, University of California
J. H. Goodale, University of California
L. L. Summers, University of California
Walter Reuther, University of California

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California Agriculture 29(3):8-10.

Published March 01, 1975

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Two previous articles in California Agriculture (November 1972 and April 1974) have repofled some climate effects on oranges and mandarins. This third and final report covers data obtained on Frost Marsh nucellar and Redblush nucellar grapefruit harvested over a period of five crop seasons beginning with 1967-68. Eureka and Lisbon lemons were harvested over four seasons beginning with 1968-69.

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R. L. Blue, D. C. Elfving, Jan Moore, C. N. Roistacher, and R. L. Wagner assisted with this research.

Climate effects on grapefruit and lemons

E. M. Nauer, J. H. Goodale, L. L. Summers, Walter Reuther
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Climate effects on grapefruit and lemons

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Authors

E. M. Nauer, University of California
J. H. Goodale, University of California
L. L. Summers, University of California
Walter Reuther, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(3):8-10.

Published March 01, 1975

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Two previous articles in California Agriculture (November 1972 and April 1974) have repofled some climate effects on oranges and mandarins. This third and final report covers data obtained on Frost Marsh nucellar and Redblush nucellar grapefruit harvested over a period of five crop seasons beginning with 1967-68. Eureka and Lisbon lemons were harvested over four seasons beginning with 1968-69.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

R. L. Blue, D. C. Elfving, Jan Moore, C. N. Roistacher, and R. L. Wagner assisted with this research.


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