Rootstock and Scion Influence Growth, Productivity, Survival, and Short Life-related Performance of Peach Trees

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U.L. Yadava Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Agricultural Research Station, School of Agriculture, Home Economics and Allied Programs, Fort Valley State College, Fort Valley, GA 31030-3298

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S.L. Doud Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, Agricultural Research Station, School of Agriculture, Home Economics and Allied Programs, Fort Valley State College, Fort Valley, GA 31030-3298

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Received for publication 21 Dec. 1987. This research was supported by the USDA/CSRS through Fort Valley State College Agr. Res. Station projects. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page charges. Under postal regulations, this paper therefore must be hereby marked advertisement solely to indicate this fact.

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