Water stress affects size and quality of walnuts
AuthorsDavid E. Ramos
Lyndon C. Brown
Authors AffiliationsD. E. Ramos is Extension Pomologisi, UC Davis; L. C. Brown is Farm Advisor, Kings County; K. Uriu is Lecturer and Pomologist, UC Davis; B. Marangoni is NATO Fellow 1977, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy.
Hilgardia 32(10):5-8. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n10p5. October 1978.
AbstractIn an experiment comparing walnuts from irrigated trees with those from dry trees, the effects of lack of soil moisture on the normal seasonal development of walnuts were determined.
Ramos D, Brown L, Uriu K, Marangoni B. 1978. Water stress affects size and quality of walnuts. Hilgardia 32(10):5-8. DOI:10.3733/ca.v032n10p5
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