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Search continues for control of almond hull rot

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L. Todd Browne
Joseph M. Ogawa, University of California
Bashier Gashaira, University of California

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California Agriculture 31(1):16-17.

Published January 01, 1977

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Abstract

Almond hull rot, caused by two genera of fungi, can result in severe dieback on vigorous, productive trees. Research is under way to find effective measures for controlling the disease.

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This study is supported by the Almond Control Board. The authors thank Dale Morrison, Director—Special Projects, Almond Control Board, and members of the research advisory committee for their suggestions and cooperation, and growers Otis Freeman and Bill Boos, Fresno County, and Fred Nottelmann, Butte County, who provided their orchards for the 1975 studies.

Search continues for control of almond hull rot

L. Todd Browne, Joseph M. Ogawa, Bashier Gashaira
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Search continues for control of almond hull rot

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Authors

L. Todd Browne
Joseph M. Ogawa, University of California
Bashier Gashaira, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(1):16-17.

Published January 01, 1977

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Almond hull rot, caused by two genera of fungi, can result in severe dieback on vigorous, productive trees. Research is under way to find effective measures for controlling the disease.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

This study is supported by the Almond Control Board. The authors thank Dale Morrison, Director—Special Projects, Almond Control Board, and members of the research advisory committee for their suggestions and cooperation, and growers Otis Freeman and Bill Boos, Fresno County, and Fred Nottelmann, Butte County, who provided their orchards for the 1975 studies.


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