Temperate zone Pomology

Beginning with the most basic decisions facing fruit growers, this standard text takes the reader step by step through the various stages of fruit growth, from flowering to postharvest storage.

Author: Melvin Neil Westwood

Publisher: Timber Press (OR)

ISBN: WISC:89098827678

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 523

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Beginning with the most basic decisions facing fruit growers, this standard text takes the reader step by step through the various stages of fruit growth, from flowering to postharvest storage. Separate chapters on growth regulators, dormancy and hardiness, and control of pests and diseases provide information any successful grower must master.

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