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Title: ISPITIVANJE SORTI ŠLJIVE RANOG VREMENA SAZREVANJA PLODA NA PODRUČJU ČAČKA
Authors: Miloševic, Nebojša
Glisic, Ivana
Đorđevic, Milena
Radičević, Sanja
Marić, Slađana
Journal: XXVI SAVETOVANJE O BIOTEHNOLOGIJI
Issue Date: Mar-2021
Abstract: Although there are more than 6000 plum varieties originated from different wild species from Europe, Asia and North America, there is a constant need to develop new varieties with better characteristics, tolerant/resistant to adverse environmental factors and the most important diseases, in the first place Sharka virus. In addition, one of the most important aims of plum breeding in the world is to create varieties of early and late ripening time in order to prolong the season of fresh fruits on the market as much as possible. The aim of this study was to examine the most significant pomological and productive characteristics of two domestic (ʻBorankaʼ and ʻČačanska ranaʼ) and three introduced (ʻOpalʼ, ʻKatinkaʼ and ʻTegeraʼ) early ripening plum varieties. The most important phenological (phenophase of flowering and fruit ripening) and morphometric characteristics (fruit and stone mass, flesh percentage ratio, fruit dimensions and sphericity), as well as tree vigour (trunk cross-sectional area) and yield (yield per tree and yield efficiency) were examined.
URI: https://scidar.kg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/13134
Type: Conference Paper
DOI: 10.46793/SBT26.151M
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Agronomy, Čačak
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