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Effect of winter injury. Effect of variety, rootstock and soil on winter injury of pecan nursery trees



Effect of winter injury. Effect of variety, rootstock and soil on winter injury of pecan nursery trees



Pecan Quarterly 12(1): 17



Of 8 pecan cvs (on Apache seedling rootstock) examined for frost damage, after a drop in temperature to 14 deg F on 14 November, 1976, Choctaw, Wichita and Cheyenne showed the least damage, viz. 8.03, 12.1 and 13.8%, respectively, and Desirable and Mohawk the most damage, viz. 33.3 and 30.4%, respectively.

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