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Citrus replant seedling tests: Trifoliate orange rootstock shows better growth in old citrus soil than other seedlings included in replant problem study

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J. P. Martin, University of California
W. P. Bitters, University of California
J. O. Ervin, University of California

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California Agriculture 10(1):8-10.

Published January 01, 1956

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Abstract

The citrus replant problem varies greatly in severity in different soils and areas. Part of that variation appears to be related to the rootstock originally grown on the soil and the nature of the rootstock used for replanting.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1377.

Citrus replant seedling tests: Trifoliate orange rootstock shows better growth in old citrus soil than other seedlings included in replant problem study

J. P. Martin, W. P. Bitters, J. O. Ervin
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Citrus replant seedling tests: Trifoliate orange rootstock shows better growth in old citrus soil than other seedlings included in replant problem study

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Authors

J. P. Martin, University of California
W. P. Bitters, University of California
J. O. Ervin, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(1):8-10.

Published January 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The citrus replant problem varies greatly in severity in different soils and areas. Part of that variation appears to be related to the rootstock originally grown on the soil and the nature of the rootstock used for replanting.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1377.


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