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Fertilizer trials with Shasta and Lassen strawberry varieties in three producing areas

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E. L. Proebsting, University of California, Davis.
L. Tichinin, Santa Clara County, University of California.
A. Greathead, Monterey County, University of California.
H. Hall, Santa Barbara County, University of California.

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California Agriculture 14(10):6-7.

Published October 01, 1960

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Nutritional requirement studies of strawberry varieties Shasta and Lessen suggest that field behavior of strawberries in the major areas of California production is closer to the behavior of deciduous fruit trees than to annuals.

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Fertilizer trials with Shasta and Lassen strawberry varieties in three producing areas

E. L. Proebsting, L. Tichinin, A. Greathead, H. Hall
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Fertilizer trials with Shasta and Lassen strawberry varieties in three producing areas

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Authors

E. L. Proebsting, University of California, Davis.
L. Tichinin, Santa Clara County, University of California.
A. Greathead, Monterey County, University of California.
H. Hall, Santa Barbara County, University of California.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 14(10):6-7.

Published October 01, 1960

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Nutritional requirement studies of strawberry varieties Shasta and Lessen suggest that field behavior of strawberries in the major areas of California production is closer to the behavior of deciduous fruit trees than to annuals.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

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