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New fruit varieties: Produced by superior seedlings, chance hybridization or planned by selective breeding programs

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Claron O. Hesse, University of California College of Agriculture Experiment Station

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California Agriculture 4(7):4-4.

Published July 01, 1950

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The most important link in the chain of fruit production is the fruit variety.

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New fruit varieties: Produced by superior seedlings, chance hybridization or planned by selective breeding programs

Claron O. Hesse
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New fruit varieties: Produced by superior seedlings, chance hybridization or planned by selective breeding programs

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Authors

Claron O. Hesse, University of California College of Agriculture Experiment Station

Publication Information

California Agriculture 4(7):4-4.

Published July 01, 1950

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Abstract

The most important link in the chain of fruit production is the fruit variety.

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