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A Comparison of Two Pruning Methods: On mature lemon trees

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Authors

R. M. Burns
S. B. Boswell
S. F. Wear
C. D. McCarty

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California Agriculture 29(12):16-17.

Published December 01, 1975

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: For many years, most lemon trees have been regularly pruned as a general practice. The reasons for pruning have included: ease of harvest and cultural operations, stimulation of fruit wood, andimprovement of fruit size and quality.

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A Comparison of Two Pruning Methods: On mature lemon trees

R. M. Burns, S. B. Boswell, S. F. Wear, C. D. McCarty
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A Comparison of Two Pruning Methods: On mature lemon trees

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Authors

R. M. Burns
S. B. Boswell
S. F. Wear
C. D. McCarty

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(12):16-17.

Published December 01, 1975

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: For many years, most lemon trees have been regularly pruned as a general practice. The reasons for pruning have included: ease of harvest and cultural operations, stimulation of fruit wood, andimprovement of fruit size and quality.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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