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Returns per acre from selected commercial scion and rootstock combinations


, : Returns per acre from selected commercial scion and rootstock combinations. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 1974 87: 119-121

A survey was made of the cropping and fruit characteristics of 12- to 22-year-old citrus trees comprising several scion/rootstock combinations on different soil types. The scion varieties included Hamlin, Pineapple and Valencia orange and the rootstocks included rough lemon, sour orange, Cleopatra mandarin and Carrizo citrange.

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