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New strains of wheat bred by agronomists at Davis increase yields nearly 25 per cent

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Fred N. Briggs, Agronomist in the Experimen Station, Davis.

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California Agriculture 1(1):1-4.

Published December 01, 1946

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Not available – first paragraph follows: The average in wheat yield today in California is almost 25 per cent greater than it was during the four decades prior to the beginning of wheat research work done by the College of Agriculture, in 1904, and practically the entire wheat acreage in the state is planted to varieties which were bred and improved by the Division of Agronomy.

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New strains of wheat bred by agronomists at Davis increase yields nearly 25 per cent

Fred N. Briggs
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New strains of wheat bred by agronomists at Davis increase yields nearly 25 per cent

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Fred N. Briggs, Agronomist in the Experimen Station, Davis.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 1(1):1-4.

Published December 01, 1946

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: The average in wheat yield today in California is almost 25 per cent greater than it was during the four decades prior to the beginning of wheat research work done by the College of Agriculture, in 1904, and practically the entire wheat acreage in the state is planted to varieties which were bred and improved by the Division of Agronomy.

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