Tioga a new california strawberry
AuthorsR. S. Bringhurst
Authors AffiliationsR. S. Bringhurst is Professor and Pomologist in the Experiment Station, University of California, Davis; Victor Voth is Pornlogist, South Coast Field Station, Santa Ana.
Hilgardia 18(4):12-13. DOI:10.3733/ca.v018n04p12. April 1964.
Tioga, a new high-yielding strawberry variety for California, has been released to nurserymen for unrestricted propagation. Limited increases were grown by nurserymen during 1963. Requests for plants should be directed to commercial nurseries or plant brokers. Virus-free stock eligible for entry in the California Strawberry Certification Program is available for nurserymen from the Foundation Plant Materials Service, University of California, Davis.
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