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High density apple orchards offer many advantages

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Ronald Tyler
John Foott
John Smith

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California Agriculture 30(9):8-11.

Published September 01, 1976

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Abstract

Small, closely planted trees facilitate cultural operations, and they may increase early production and produce better colored fruit. But the grower must be willing and able to make management changes.

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. All are members of a University of California high density, deciduous fruit-tree committee formed in 1973 to search for, review, and evaluate information on close-planted orchards. The committee also included James Beutel, Richard Bethell, Bruce Bearden, Robert Fridley, Kenneth Hench, Chester Hemstreet, Gordon Morehead, Doyle Reed, and K. Ryugo.

High density apple orchards offer many advantages

Warren C. Micke, Ronald Tyler, John Foott, John Smith
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High density apple orchards offer many advantages

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

Ronald Tyler
John Foott
John Smith

Publication Information

California Agriculture 30(9):8-11.

Published September 01, 1976

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Small, closely planted trees facilitate cultural operations, and they may increase early production and produce better colored fruit. But the grower must be willing and able to make management changes.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

. All are members of a University of California high density, deciduous fruit-tree committee formed in 1973 to search for, review, and evaluate information on close-planted orchards. The committee also included James Beutel, Richard Bethell, Bruce Bearden, Robert Fridley, Kenneth Hench, Chester Hemstreet, Gordon Morehead, Doyle Reed, and K. Ryugo.


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