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Verdelli summer lemons: A new option for California growers

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Joseph Maranto, Kern County
Kater D. Hake, Kern County

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California Agriculture 39(5):4-4.

Published May 01, 1985

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Normally lemons ripen and are ready for market in winter, when demand is lowest and competition is greatest. Using the Verdelli process, growers can stress their trees and produce a second crop in the summer, when demand is a t its peak. (Max Clover took the cover photo in a citrus grove near Bakersfield.)

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The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of K. Totzky and C. Peterson for help in the collection of field data.

Verdelli summer lemons: A new option for California growers

Joseph Maranto, Kater D. Hake
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Verdelli summer lemons: A new option for California growers

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

Authors

Joseph Maranto, Kern County
Kater D. Hake, Kern County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 39(5):4-4.

Published May 01, 1985

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Normally lemons ripen and are ready for market in winter, when demand is lowest and competition is greatest. Using the Verdelli process, growers can stress their trees and produce a second crop in the summer, when demand is a t its peak. (Max Clover took the cover photo in a citrus grove near Bakersfield.)

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of K. Totzky and C. Peterson for help in the collection of field data.


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