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Master of Science (MS)
W. Preston Thomas
Dr. W. Preston Thomas
Utah ranked nineteenth in the United States in the production of peaches for a ten year period 1940-49, producing 1.2 percent of the national total. Peach production is an important part of Utah's fruit industry. The 1951 peach crop estimated at 800,000 bushels, valued at $1,520,000 represents 32 percent of the value of all the fruit grown in Utah and 0.8 percent of the value of all agricultural commodities grown in the state.
Capener, William N., "Affect of Specified Factors on 1951 Farm Prices of Utah Peaches" (1952). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1654.
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