Nectarine

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Interactive Effects of Wrapping Materials and Cold Storage Durations on Firmness of Nectarine

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Majid Rashidi
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Saeed Sayfzadeh
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Mahdi Hosseini Bahri
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Saeb Tabrizi Namini
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Agricultural Engineering Research Journal
Year: 
2,014

Wrapping Materials and Cold Storage Durations Effect on Total Soluble Solids of Nectarine

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Majid Rashidi
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Saeed Sayfzadeh
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Saeb Tabrizi Namini
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Mahdi Hosseini Bahri
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Agricultural Engineering Research Journal
Year: 
2,014

Effect of Wrapping Materials and Cold Storage Durations on Water Content of Nectarine

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Authors: 
Majid Rashidi
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Saeed Sayfzadeh
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Mahdi Hosseini Bahri
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Saeb Tabrizi Namini
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Seyyed Hossein Mirzaki
Publisher: 
Agricultural Engineering Research Journal
Year: 
2,014

Midwest Tree Fruit Spray Guide

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University of Arkansas
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University of Illinois Extension
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Purdue Extension
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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
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Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment
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University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
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University of Missouri and Missouri State University
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Ohio State University Extension
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University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service
Publisher: 
Midwest Fruit Workers Group
Year: 
2,016

Guía sobre Poda Mecanizada en Cítricos

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Authors: 
Francisco José Arenas Arenas
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Aurea Hervalejo García
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Estefanía Romero Rodríguez
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Junta de Andalucía
Year: 
2,013

Midwest Tree Fruit Spray Guide

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Revised annually, this guide provides spraying schedules for insect and disease pests of apple, pear, cherry, peach and plum trees. You will find safety tips, hints for figuring chemical application rates, and discussions about most pests that attack Missouri fruit trees.
The guide's reference format facilitates locating specific fruit and disease information quickly. Each entry includes chemical material, rate per 100 gallon, rate per acre and comments for each pest/problem.

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University of Illinois Extension
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Purdue Extension
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Iowa State University Extension
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Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service
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University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service
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University of Missouri
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Missouri State University
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Ohio State University Extension
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University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service
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University of Arkansas
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Midwest Fruit Workers Group
Year: 
2,014

Alleviation of Chilling Injury in Tropical and Subtropical Fruits

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C.Y. Wang
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Acta Horticulturae
Year: 
2,010

Italy - Stone Fruit Annual

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Italy is the largest peach and nectarine producer in the EU-27 and ranks second in the world after China. Stone fruit production plays a key role in the agricultural sector of several Italian regions, both in the North (especially in Emilia-Romagna and Piedmont) and in the South (Campania). Italy is the largest apricot producer in the EU-27, followed by France, Greece, and Spain.

Authors: 
Ornella Bettini
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USDA GAIN
Year: 
2,012

Greece - Stone Fruit Annual

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Authors: 
Ornella Bettini
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USDA GAIN
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2,012

Training and Pruning Fruit Trees

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A primary objective of training and pruning is to develop a strong tree framework that will support fruit production. Improperly trained fruit trees generally have very upright branch angles, which result in serious limb breakage under a heavy fruit load. This significantly reduces the tree’s productivity and may greatly reduce its life. Another goal of annual training and pruning is to remove dead, diseased, or broken limbs.

Authors: 
Michael L. Parker
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Year: 
2,008
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