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Apricot References & Links


Fruit and Nut Information - Apricot: (a listing of useful links and pdf files on this website)


Afghan Agriculture - Apricot

Fowler Nursery

Burchell Nursery - Apricot

California Fresh Apricots

DeJong, T., L. Grace, S. Castro, R. S. Johnson, and K. Day. 2010. Improved rootstock for peach and nectarine. California Tree Fruit Agreement Annual Report.  http://ucce.ucdavis.edu/files/repositoryfiles/CTFA2010_152.pdf-92539.pdf

Hartmann, H. T., D. E. Kester, F. T. Davies, and R. L. Geneve. 2011.  Pages 728-773. Hartman and Kester's Plant Propagation, 8th Edition. Prentice Hall, Saddle River, New Jersey.

Ledbetter, C. A. 2008. Apricots. Pages 39 - 82 in J. F. Hancock, editor. Temperate fruit crop breeding germplasm to genomics. Springer, Berlin. Looney, N. and D. Jackson. 2011. Chapter 13. Stone Fruits in D. Jackson, N. Looney, M. Morley-Bunker, and T. Thiele, editors. Temperate & Subtropical Fruit Production, 3rd Edition. CAB International, Oxfordshire, UK.

Norton, M. and W. Coates. 2012. Growing Apricots in California: An Overview. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources. (http://ucce.ucdavis.edu/files/datastore/391-603.pdf)

Perez, A., E. Dohlman, and K. Plattner. 2010. Tree Fruit and Nuts Outlook July. United States Department of Agriculture ERS, Washington D.C.

Pollack, S. and A. Perez. 2004. Tree Fruit and Nuts Outlook. Economic Research Service, USDA.

Radosevich, S. and J. Peterman. 2008. Fruit Trees for Yolo County. University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Woodland, CA.

USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service. 2014. Noncitrus Fruits and Nuts 2013 Summary. Retrieved 1 Aug 2014: http://usda.mannlib.cornell.edu/usda/current/NoncFruiNu/NoncFruiNu-07-17-2014.pdf