Sweet cherry pollination for Early Burlat and Moreau
Authors AffiliationsWarren Micke is Extension Pomology Technologist, University of California, Davis; Vilmos Beres is Laboratory Technicians, University of California, Davis; James Doyle is Laboratory Technicians, University of California, Davis; Wallace Schreader is Farm Advisor, San Joaquin County.
Hilgardia 24(3):15-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v024n03p15. March 1970.
Two promising, early maturing cherry varieties, Early Burlat and Moreau, were recently introduced in California. Adequate pollination data for these varieties were not available at the time of introduction, so a study was conducted to develop this information. Early Burlat was found to be successfully pollinated by a number of commercially grown varieties. However, no satisfactory pollenizer for Moreau has been found.
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