Effects of preharvest irrigation on cherry fruit size
AuthorsL. F. Werenfels
Authors AffiliationsL. F. Werenfels was Extension Irrigation Technologist, University of California, Davis; K. Uriu is Associate Pomologist, University of California, Davis; Herbert Paul, Sun Joaquin County; Fred M. Charles are Farm Advisors, Sun Joaquin County.
Hilgardia 21(8):15-16. DOI:10.3733/ca.v021n08p15. August 1967.
Preharvest irrigation experiments for three years with cherries in Son Joaquin County (using Bing and Royal Ann varieties) showed an increase of 0.5 mm in fruit diameter for irrigated as compared with nonirrigated plots.
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