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European alfalfa and red clover

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Maurice L. Peterson , University of California
Luther G. Jones, University of California

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California Agriculture 16(1):15-15.

Published January 01, 1962

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: During the past growing season, the Department of Agronomy has had under test 16 varieties of alfalfa and 36 varieties of red clover from western Europe. The purpose of these trials is to determine their seed producing capabilities under California conditions. Agriculturalists from western Europe who have traveled in California have been favorably impressed with the yields and quality of seed produced under California conditions. This has often been in sharp contrast with results in many parts of Europe where frequent rains reduce yields and damage quality.

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European alfalfa and red clover

Maurice L. Peterson, Luther G. Jones
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European alfalfa and red clover

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Authors

Maurice L. Peterson , University of California
Luther G. Jones, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 16(1):15-15.

Published January 01, 1962

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: During the past growing season, the Department of Agronomy has had under test 16 varieties of alfalfa and 36 varieties of red clover from western Europe. The purpose of these trials is to determine their seed producing capabilities under California conditions. Agriculturalists from western Europe who have traveled in California have been favorably impressed with the yields and quality of seed produced under California conditions. This has often been in sharp contrast with results in many parts of Europe where frequent rains reduce yields and damage quality.

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