Central Sierra
University of California
Central Sierra

Stone Fruit Production

Chemical Thinning of Stone Fruits Grown in the Sierra Foothills By Lynn Wunderlich, Farm Advisor, University of California Cooperative Extension, El Dorado and Amador Counties; Cooperator: Scott Johnson, University of California Pomology Specialist, Kearney Agriculture Center.
Summary of a chemical thinning research report.

To view Chemical Thinning report click:
CTFA Final Report 2002
By Lynn Wunderlich, Farm Advisor, University of California Cooperative Extension, El Dorado and Amador Counties; Cooperator: Scott Johnson, University of California Pomology Specialist, Kearney Agriculture Center.


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Nectarines on Tree
Nectarines on Tree
Ripe plums
Ripe plums
Rosemary plums.
Rosemary plums.
Traditional Peach Tree Training Shape
Traditional Peach Tree Training Shape
Ripe nectarines
Ripe nectarines
Peach buds at full bloom.
Peach buds at full bloom.
Peach Fruit on Tree
Peach Fruit on Tree
Cherry fruit.
Cherry fruit.
Purple prunes on tree
Purple prunes on tree
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