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Citrus Pests and Diseases

Citrus References

Citrus Rootstocks: Their Characters and Reactions, an unpublished manuscript by W.P. Bitters

The Citrus Industry Volume I, Volume II and Volume V, Chapter 5

Topics in Subtropics Newsletters

 

Special Collections of the Library's websites about history of the CES

Sorting Citrus Names

UC Davis California Soil Resource Lab

UC Catalog of Online and Printed Publications

UC Ag Econ Cost Studies for various crops

Other University of California Links

University of California, College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences

University of California, Riverside Citrus Clonal Protection Program

UC Small Farm Center

UCR Botany & Plant Sciences

UCR Plant Pathology

UC Fruit & Nut Research and Information Center

UC Postharvest Center

UC Agricultural Labor Management

UC The California Backyard Orchard

UC Kearney Agricultural Center

Other Sources of Citrus Varietal Information

 

Published Citrus Articles

Recently Released and Promising new Citrus Varieties from the University of California Breeding Program. Williams, Timothy. 2008. University of California, Riverside.

Tango Mandarin. Roose, M. and Williams, T. 2006. University of California, Riverside.    

Tried and true or something new? Selected Citrus Varieties for the Home Gardener.  Siebert, T. and Kahn, T. 2011. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 8472.

Valentine, a recently released anthocyanin-pigmented pummelo hybrid developed at the University of California Riverside. Siebert, T., Bier, O., Karp, D., Vidalakis, G., and Kahn, T. 2009.Topics in Subtropics. Vol. 7 No. 3. 

Yuzu, Sudachi, and Kabosu: Deliciously Ancient East Asian Acid citrus. Siebert, T., and Kahn, T. 2009. Fruit Gardener Magazine. Vol. 41  No. 6.

Descriptions of new varieties recently distributed from the Citrus Clonal Protection Program. Siebert, T., Vidalakis, G., Krueger, K., Bash, J., and Kahn, T. 2010. Citrograph. 1(1):20-26

Background and initial evaluations of recently introduced cultivars distributed by the Citrus Clonal Protection Program. Siebert, T., Vidalakis, G., Krueger, K., Bash, J., and Kahn, T. 2011. Citrograph.  2(4): 28-35

Fruit quality evaluations of introduced Satsuma selections for California. Kahn, T., Siebert, T., Zheng, Z., and Xu, K. 2013.Citrograph. 4(2):28-41.

 ‘US Furr’ and ‘US Furr-ST’ Mandarin Release. Furr, J., Castle, W., Kahn, T., McCollum, G., Reece, P., Siebert, T., Stover, E. Journal of the American Pomological Society. 68(4): 198-203. 2014

Kahn, Tracy L. 2007. Birds do it; bees do it, even citrus with seeds do (did) it. Part 1 - The biology behind seedlessness in mandarins. Topics in Subtropics Newsletter. Vol 6. No. 1. pp 3-5 

 

Integrated Citrus Breeding and Evaluation for California When Life Gives You Lemons, Evaluate Lemon Selections for the California Desert. Glenn C. Wright, Vince Samons and Tracy L. Kahn. Citrograph. Winter 2014. 36-43.

Fruit quality evaluations of introduced Satsuma selections for California. Tracy L. Kahn, Toni Siebert, Zongpeng Zheng and Karen Huaying Xu. Citrograph. March/April 2013. 34-51.

Kahn, T., Siebert-Wooldridge, T., Krueger, R., Greer, G., Polek, M., and Vidalakis, G. “Looking for Something New? Check out Background, Results of Potential New Cultivars for California." Citrograph. Spring 2017. 8(2): 72-89.

Kahn, T., Siebert-Wooldridge, T., Karp, D., and Khuong, T. “New Red Navel Selection Interests Growers.” Citrograph. Fall 2018. 9(4):90.

Kahn, T., Siebert-Wooldridge, T., and Stover, E. “This Mandarin by Any Other Name Would Taste as Sweet.” Citrograph. Winter 2020. 11(1):47-48.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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