STUDY REGARDING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF SOME PEACH VARIETIES

Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LX
Written by Corina GAVĂȚ, Liana Melania DUMITRU, Violeta DIMA, Leinar ȘEPTAR, Cristina MOALE, Vlăduț Alexandru OPRIȚĂ

The study describes the behavior of eight peach varieties, with high adaptability to the pedoclimatic conditions of the South-Eastern region of the country, with very good productivity, increased frost and disease strength and with very good quality of the fruit. The objective of the study was the improvement of the peach assortment related to productivity and the extension of the fresh fruit consumption period. The best average yield was recorded to 'Raluca’ (24.55 t/ha), followed by 'Southland’ (24.02 t/ha). The ripening season of the fresh peach is extended to 97 days.

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GAVĂȚ C., DUMITRU L.M., DIMA V., ȘEPTAR L., MOALE C., OPRIȚĂ V.A. 2016, STUDY REGARDING THE PRODUCTIVITY OF SOME PEACH VARIETIES. Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LX, Print ISSN 2285-5653, 45-48.


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