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Shaker-Clamp Injury to Fruit and Nut Trees: … A research program aimed at causes and control

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P. A. Adrian, USDA
R. B. Fridley, University of California
D. H. Chaney, Sutter County
K. Uriu, U. C. Davis

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California Agriculture 19(8):8-10.

Published August 01, 1965

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Shaker-clamp stresses on fruit and nut trees during mechanical harvesting, which can result in bark injury and susceptibility to disease, were measured under a variety of conditions in these continuing studies. Some of the variables found to affect bark injuries include moisture in both soil and bark, varietal differences, and tree age.

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These tests were conducted by the University of California in cooperation with USDA at the request of the California Prune Advisory Board. The California Prune Advisory Board, the Cling Peach Advisory Board, and the Almond Industry provided financial assistance; Delbert Henderson and James De Vay contributed technical assistance; and Jim Rumsey and Clarence Wong, U. C., Davis, aided in collection of data.

Shaker-Clamp Injury to Fruit and Nut Trees: … A research program aimed at causes and control

P. A. Adrian, R. B. Fridley, D. H. Chaney, K. Uriu
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Shaker-Clamp Injury to Fruit and Nut Trees: … A research program aimed at causes and control

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

P. A. Adrian, USDA
R. B. Fridley, University of California
D. H. Chaney, Sutter County
K. Uriu, U. C. Davis

Publication Information

California Agriculture 19(8):8-10.

Published August 01, 1965

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Shaker-clamp stresses on fruit and nut trees during mechanical harvesting, which can result in bark injury and susceptibility to disease, were measured under a variety of conditions in these continuing studies. Some of the variables found to affect bark injuries include moisture in both soil and bark, varietal differences, and tree age.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

These tests were conducted by the University of California in cooperation with USDA at the request of the California Prune Advisory Board. The California Prune Advisory Board, the Cling Peach Advisory Board, and the Almond Industry provided financial assistance; Delbert Henderson and James De Vay contributed technical assistance; and Jim Rumsey and Clarence Wong, U. C., Davis, aided in collection of data.


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