AuthorsR. L. Baldwin
L. P. Sharp
M. M. Winslow
J. W. Lesley
Authors AffiliationsR. L. Baldwin is Farm Advisor, Ventura County; Lloyd P. Sharp is Farm Advisor, emeritus, Riverside County; M. M. Winslow was Farm Advisor, Riverside County; J. W. Lesley is Professor of Genetics, emeritus.
Hilgardia 20(1):5-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v020n01p5. January 1966.
This large, late-maturing, whitefleshed, freestone of superior quality, requiring only a moderate amount of winter chilling, is recommended for home use in California's intermediate valleys and southern mesas.
Also in this issue:Greenhouse assay of fertility of California soils
Temperature studies of lilies
Rotating solatron receives more sunlight for plant growth
Controlled-distribution wing for agricultural aircraft
Once-over mechanical harvesting for cucumbers
Planting dates for mechanical harvesting of cucumbers
Effects of citrus nematode—and irrigation—on nutrient concentrations in Navel orange leaves, roots
Major profit factors in dairy management