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2,4-D and citrus fruit sizes: Increase of citrus fruit size primarily due to accelerated growth rate from spray treatment

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Wm. S. Stewart, Experiment Station, Riverside
H. Z. Hield, Experiment Station, Riverside

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California Agriculture 4(4):5-6.

Published April 01, 1950

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For the sixth successive year the grower of Valencia oranges apparently is faced with small-sized fruit in 1950— even though the size is larger than in 1949.

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2,4-D and citrus fruit sizes: Increase of citrus fruit size primarily due to accelerated growth rate from spray treatment

Wm. S. Stewart, H. Z. Hield
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2,4-D and citrus fruit sizes: Increase of citrus fruit size primarily due to accelerated growth rate from spray treatment

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Authors

Wm. S. Stewart, Experiment Station, Riverside
H. Z. Hield, Experiment Station, Riverside

Publication Information

California Agriculture 4(4):5-6.

Published April 01, 1950

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

For the sixth successive year the grower of Valencia oranges apparently is faced with small-sized fruit in 1950— even though the size is larger than in 1949.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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