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Orange fruit size: Five-year study of small fruit size covered 429 groves in six counties

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J. C. Johnston, University of California College of Agriculture, Citrus Experiment Station

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California Agriculture 4(11):12-12.

Published November 01, 1950

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Two outstanding causes of small fruit size in oranges are poor physical conditions of the soil and inadequate irrigation.

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Orange fruit size: Five-year study of small fruit size covered 429 groves in six counties

J. C. Johnston
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Orange fruit size: Five-year study of small fruit size covered 429 groves in six counties

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Authors

J. C. Johnston, University of California College of Agriculture, Citrus Experiment Station

Publication Information

California Agriculture 4(11):12-12.

Published November 01, 1950

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Abstract

Two outstanding causes of small fruit size in oranges are poor physical conditions of the soil and inadequate irrigation.

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