RESEARCHES REGARDING QUALITY AND QUANTITATIV PERFORMANCE OF SOME TABLE GRAPES IN THE EXPERIMENTAL FIELD OF UASVM BUCHAREST

Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXII
Written by Marinela Vicuţa STROE, Daniel Nicolae COJANU

The main processes of fecundation and pollination on vine are largely influenced by the genetic profile of the variety, external factors involved like - temperature, precipitation, insolation, relative humidity and also by special crop techonology applied. The aim of this research was to study some of the most grown table grapes varieties in Romania (and also worldwide), varieties which belong to a the same kin group - 'Muscat Hamburg’ cv., 'Muscat d’Adda’ cv., 'Afuz Ali’ cv. and 'Victoria’ cv. For example, 'Muscat d’Adda’ cv. has been obtained by self-pollination of 'Muscat Hamburg’ variety and 'Victoria’ variety has been obtained by crossing of two cultivars Cardinal and 'Afuz Ali’. The results showed that the quantity and qualitative performance of these varieties, expressed by productive indices, carpometric values of grapes and berry and also organoleptic qualities has been influenced both by special crop technology (isolation of inflorescences and pinching fertile shoots a few days before blooming) and by environmental factors recorded during the study. In the study, has been obtained higher average values of the most analyzed indicators and the best results have been recorded by: 'Muscat Hamburg’ cv., 'Muscat d’Adda’ cv., 'Afuz Ali’ and lesser, but also in positive limits, 'Victoria’ variety.

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STROE M.V., COJANU D.N. 2018, RESEARCHES REGARDING QUALITY AND QUANTITATIV PERFORMANCE OF SOME TABLE GRAPES IN THE EXPERIMENTAL FIELD OF UASVM BUCHAREST. Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXII, Print ISSN 2285-5653, 281-286.


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