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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXVII, Issue 2
Written by Teodora MIHOVA, Petko MINKOV, Georgi POPSKI, Boryana STEFANOVA, Silvena TODOROVA

Japanese quince (Chaenomeles sp. Lindl.) is fruit-medicine plant that is getting attention in the last year in Bulgaria. It has valuable nutritional, dietary and medicinal qualities and deserves to be introduced into culture in Bulgaria. The experiment was conducted in the three-year period (20 8-2020) in the collection of RIMSA Troyan, Bulgaria. The reproductive characteristics of the perspective for fruit production genotypes were studied with an average yield higher than 3.5 kg per plant. They were followed also by fruit weight and biochemical compounds. During the period of the study genotype SCH4 was with the highest average yield (6.88 kg), followed by SCH3 (5.09 kg). The thornless genotype SCH 6 is with the lowest yield (3.7 kg).

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