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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXVI, Issue 1
Written by Ailin MOLOȘAG, Cristian CĂLINIŢĂ, Damian DRAGOMIR, Cătălin Viorel OLTENACU

The paper shows preliminary results of the study regarding the behaviour of peach varieties cultivated in intensive system, aiming to find the best solution in terms of economic and sustainability results. The study was carried out on plantation established in 2019 at FRDS Băneasa, farm Moara Domnească, county Ilfov in the Vlăsiei Plain. In 2019, three peach varieties ('Catherine Sel. 1’, 'Filip’, ʻSprincrest’) with different ripening periods were planted. Rootstock used: Tomis 1. The tree canopy is: Bi-Baum®. The peach trees were planted at 4,0×1.5 m, 4.0×2.0 m and 4.0×2.5 m, upon a randomized block design, with drip irrigation. Between the rows, soil was kept tilled and without grass. In 2020 and 2021 measurements were made on early stage growth of tree for: the trunk diameter increase, the shoot length and the trunk cross-sectional area of tree. During our study we found that the planting distance influenced especially average shoot length increase and average trunk diameter and average shoot length are linked together. The study will continue especially to find out the density influence on productivity.

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