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Disinfestation of planting sites may improve growth of Navel orange trees on Troyer citrange rootstock

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L. J. Klotz, University of California, Riverside.
T. A. Dewolfe, University of California, Riverside.
D. O. Rosedale, San Diego County, University of California.
M. J. Garber, University of California, Riverside.

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California Agriculture 14(5):4-5.

Published May 01, 1960

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Whether Troyer citrange rootstock can be used successfully in old citrus soils, or in soils contaminated by microorganisms that attack citrus roots, and whether it is profitable to pretreat planting sites to disinfest them of root-destroying fungi were objectives of experiments in southern California.

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The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 728.

C. W. Ide and John Hankey, Friendly Farm, cooperated in the above reported studies.

The N. P. Nursery, Vista, donated the trees used in the experiment.

Disinfestation of planting sites may improve growth of Navel orange trees on Troyer citrange rootstock

L. J. Klotz, T. A. Dewolfe, D. O. Rosedale, M. J. Garber
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Disinfestation of planting sites may improve growth of Navel orange trees on Troyer citrange rootstock

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Authors

L. J. Klotz, University of California, Riverside.
T. A. Dewolfe, University of California, Riverside.
D. O. Rosedale, San Diego County, University of California.
M. J. Garber, University of California, Riverside.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 14(5):4-5.

Published May 01, 1960

PDF  |  Citation  |  Permissions

Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Whether Troyer citrange rootstock can be used successfully in old citrus soils, or in soils contaminated by microorganisms that attack citrus roots, and whether it is profitable to pretreat planting sites to disinfest them of root-destroying fungi were objectives of experiments in southern California.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 728.

C. W. Ide and John Hankey, Friendly Farm, cooperated in the above reported studies.

The N. P. Nursery, Vista, donated the trees used in the experiment.


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