Cling peach irrigation
Authors AffiliationsK. Uriu is Associate Pomologist, Department of Pomology; L. Werenfels is Extension Irrigation Technologist, University of California, Davis. G. Post is Sutter County Farm Advisor; A. Retan is Butte County Farm Advisor; D. Fox was Yuba County Farm Advisor.
Hilgardia 18(7):10-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v018n07p10. July 1964.
Irrigation recommendations fo,r peaches have been based mainly on experimental work carried out 30 to 40 years ago. Today's yield potentials make these early recommendations questionable. A higher level of soil moisture has been found to result in larger fruit size and increased vegetative growth.
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