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California's fruit industry: State's fruit acreage accounts for one fifth of total crop acreage and for one third of farm income from all crops

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S. W. Shear, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(10):2-2.

Published October 01, 1955

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A detailed table by individual fruits for California fruit production, bearing acreage and yields compared with other states, and California grower returns, per ton and per acre averages 1949–1953 was published in Giunnini Foundation of Agricultural Economics Paper No. 147.

California's fruit industry: State's fruit acreage accounts for one fifth of total crop acreage and for one third of farm income from all crops

S. W. Shear
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California's fruit industry: State's fruit acreage accounts for one fifth of total crop acreage and for one third of farm income from all crops

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S. W. Shear, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(10):2-2.

Published October 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Unavailable.

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Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

A detailed table by individual fruits for California fruit production, bearing acreage and yields compared with other states, and California grower returns, per ton and per acre averages 1949–1953 was published in Giunnini Foundation of Agricultural Economics Paper No. 147.


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