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Lemon on troyer citrange root: Bud-union and rootstock disorder of Troyer citrange with Eureka lemon tops under study in effort to identify cause

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L. G. Weathers, University of California
E. C. Calavan, University of California
J. M. Wallace, University of California
D. W. Christiansen, University of California

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California Agriculture 9(11):11-12.

Published November 01, 1955

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A serious disorder in trees of Eureka lemon on Troyer citrange—a hybrid of the trifoliate orange and the navel orange—rootstock was discovered in 1954 when all the Eureka tops in one of the experimental plots in Ventura County turned yellow, set a heavy crop of fruit, and declined markedly.

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Dr. L. D. Batchelor, Dr. W. P. Bitters, G. E. Good all, R. G. Platt, and the late F. A. White, University of California, co-operated in the studies reported here, as did Citrus Field Research, Inc., Limoneira Company, Rancho Sespe, Utt Development Company, Ltd., Ventura Coastal Lemon Company, and individual growers.

The above progress report is based on Research Project Nos. 1383 and 1544.

Lemon on troyer citrange root: Bud-union and rootstock disorder of Troyer citrange with Eureka lemon tops under study in effort to identify cause

L. G. Weathers, E. C. Calavan, J. M. Wallace, D. W. Christiansen
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Lemon on troyer citrange root: Bud-union and rootstock disorder of Troyer citrange with Eureka lemon tops under study in effort to identify cause

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Authors

L. G. Weathers, University of California
E. C. Calavan, University of California
J. M. Wallace, University of California
D. W. Christiansen, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 9(11):11-12.

Published November 01, 1955

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A serious disorder in trees of Eureka lemon on Troyer citrange—a hybrid of the trifoliate orange and the navel orange—rootstock was discovered in 1954 when all the Eureka tops in one of the experimental plots in Ventura County turned yellow, set a heavy crop of fruit, and declined markedly.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Dr. L. D. Batchelor, Dr. W. P. Bitters, G. E. Good all, R. G. Platt, and the late F. A. White, University of California, co-operated in the studies reported here, as did Citrus Field Research, Inc., Limoneira Company, Rancho Sespe, Utt Development Company, Ltd., Ventura Coastal Lemon Company, and individual growers.

The above progress report is based on Research Project Nos. 1383 and 1544.


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