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Projections of California crop production to 1985

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Gordon A. King, University of California, Davis.
Harold O. Carter, University of California, Davis.
Daniel J. Dudek, University of California Davis — formerly Research Assistant, Department of Agricultural Economics, UC Davis.

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California Agriculture 32(1):4-6.

Published January 01, 1978

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An aggregate look at California acreage, yield, and production of field crops; vegetables; and tree fruits, nuts, and grapes.The 1985 projected harvest of all crops in California is 9.4 million acres - 11 percent above the 1968-1972 average, but slightly below that for 1975. Yields of some crops may rise dramatically.

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Projections of California crop production to 1985

Gordon A. King, Harold O. Carter, Daniel J. Dudek
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Projections of California crop production to 1985

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Authors

Gordon A. King, University of California, Davis.
Harold O. Carter, University of California, Davis.
Daniel J. Dudek, University of California Davis — formerly Research Assistant, Department of Agricultural Economics, UC Davis.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(1):4-6.

Published January 01, 1978

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

An aggregate look at California acreage, yield, and production of field crops; vegetables; and tree fruits, nuts, and grapes.The 1985 projected harvest of all crops in California is 9.4 million acres - 11 percent above the 1968-1972 average, but slightly below that for 1975. Yields of some crops may rise dramatically.

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