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Thinning desertgold peaches increases fruit size

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Dean D. Halsey

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California Agriculture 31(4):17-17.

Published April 01, 1977

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Peach harvest begins about April 25 and continues for two weeks in the Coachella Valley. This district produces the first peach fruit of the season from California, but it is closely followed by other districts. Because the first shipments reaching market receive favorable prices, it is important to Coachella Valley growers that their peaches reach optimum market quality, particularly acceptable fruit size, as early as possible.

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Thinning desertgold peaches increases fruit size

Dean D. Halsey
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Thinning desertgold peaches increases fruit size

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Dean D. Halsey

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(4):17-17.

Published April 01, 1977

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Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: Peach harvest begins about April 25 and continues for two weeks in the Coachella Valley. This district produces the first peach fruit of the season from California, but it is closely followed by other districts. Because the first shipments reaching market receive favorable prices, it is important to Coachella Valley growers that their peaches reach optimum market quality, particularly acceptable fruit size, as early as possible.

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