Research and adoption of biotechnology strategies could improve California fruit and nut crops
California Agriculture 66(2):62-69. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v066n02p62.
Grape, citrus and walnut lead in genetic engineering research; transgrafting offers a chance for progress.
V.M. Haroldsen is Scientific Analyst, Morrison and Foerster, San Francisco; G. Paulino is Manager of Business Development, SPRIM, San Francisco; C.L. Chi-Ham is Director of Biotechnology Resources, PIPRA, Davis; A.B. Bennett is Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis, and Executive Director, PIPRA;
A Plant Sciences Departmental GSR award and the Rockefeller Foundation supported work performed at UC Davis. Specific information on individual fruit and nut crops is available from the authors upon request.