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Eradication of noninfectious bud-failure in almonds objective of breeding program

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Dale E. Kester , University of California
E. E. Wilson, University of California

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California Agriculture 15(6):5-7.

Published June 01, 1961

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Noninfectious bud-failure, or crazy-top as it is often called, is a disorder that affects certain almond varieties and not others. The disorder occurs extensively in Nonpareil, Peerless, Jordanolo and, to a limited extent, Mission (Texas). It is not known to occur in Ne Plus Ultra, Davey, or IXL.

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Eradication of noninfectious bud-failure in almonds objective of breeding program

Dale E. Kester, E. E. Wilson
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Eradication of noninfectious bud-failure in almonds objective of breeding program

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Dale E. Kester , University of California
E. E. Wilson, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 15(6):5-7.

Published June 01, 1961

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Noninfectious bud-failure, or crazy-top as it is often called, is a disorder that affects certain almond varieties and not others. The disorder occurs extensively in Nonpareil, Peerless, Jordanolo and, to a limited extent, Mission (Texas). It is not known to occur in Ne Plus Ultra, Davey, or IXL.

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