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Orange sizes and irrigation: Tests in Riverside County indicate irrigation practices may have influence on fruit size

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C. P. Teague

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California Agriculture 3(9):3-3.

Published September 01, 1949

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The most important single factor that an orange grower can control and utilize to improve fruit sizes is the application of irrigation water.

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Orange sizes and irrigation: Tests in Riverside County indicate irrigation practices may have influence on fruit size

C. P. Teague
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Orange sizes and irrigation: Tests in Riverside County indicate irrigation practices may have influence on fruit size

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C. P. Teague

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California Agriculture 3(9):3-3.

Published September 01, 1949

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Abstract

The most important single factor that an orange grower can control and utilize to improve fruit sizes is the application of irrigation water.

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