Sequoia… University of California centennial strawberry variety
AuthorsR. S. Bringhurst
Authors AffiliationsR. S. Bringhurst is Pomologist, University of California, Davis; Victor Voth is Specialist, South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana.
Hilgardia 22(5):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v022n05p14. May 1968.
Sequoia, a new University of California strawberry variety, has been named and released for propagation and distribution—and has been further designated the Centennial strawberry variety in recognition of the University's anniversary this year. Fruit growers should direct requests for plants to California strawberry nurserymen. Some plants should be available in October for the 1968 winter planting season.
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