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Crowded citrus orchards: Preliminary studies to determine effect of pruning practices in dense groves

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S. H. Cameron, Experiment Station, Riverside
R. W. Hodgson, Experiment Station, Los Angeles

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California Agriculture 2(10):9-14.

Published October 01, 1948

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Blocks of large orange trees now producing unsatisfactory crops—running largely to small sizes—are a problem in some of the older citrus growing districts of California.

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Crowded citrus orchards: Preliminary studies to determine effect of pruning practices in dense groves

S. H. Cameron, R. W. Hodgson
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Crowded citrus orchards: Preliminary studies to determine effect of pruning practices in dense groves

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Authors

S. H. Cameron, Experiment Station, Riverside
R. W. Hodgson, Experiment Station, Los Angeles

Publication Information

California Agriculture 2(10):9-14.

Published October 01, 1948

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Blocks of large orange trees now producing unsatisfactory crops—running largely to small sizes—are a problem in some of the older citrus growing districts of California.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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