publication . Article . 1914

the effect of climatic conditions on the rate of growth of date palms

Vinson, A. E.;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 1914 Journal: Botanical Gazette, volume 57, pages 324-327 (issn: 0006-8071, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Abstract
The observations on which this study of the effect of climate on the rate of growth of date palms is based were made at the Cooperative Date Orchard, Tempe, Arizona, by F. H. SIMMONS, at the suggestion and under the supervision of Director R. H. FORBES of the Arizona Agricultural Experiment Station. The length of every leaf on four palms-two Deglet Noors and two Rhars-was carefully measured weekly during i906 and 1907. By the system adopted the maximum error did not exceed onequarter inch. In addition to the leaf measurements, daily records were kept of maximum and minimum atmospheric temperatures, and of soil temperatures at one foot, three feet, and five feet ...
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free text keywords: Orchard, Palm, Botany, Agricultural experiment station, Biology, Tempe, medicine.drug, medicine, Maximum error
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publication . Article . 1914

the effect of climatic conditions on the rate of growth of date palms

Vinson, A. E.;