Enhancing the Performance of Florda Prince Peach Cultivar with Growth Promoter Brassinolide and Break Agent Hydrogen Cyanamide
Effect of Some Pruning Applications on Leaf to Fruit Ratio, Yield and Fruit Quality of ‘Florda Prince’ Peach Trees
This study was carried out during two successive seasons of 2011/2012 and 2012/ 2013 on seven years old ‘Florda Prince’ peach trees budded on Nemagard rootstock. The trees were grown in sandy soil at private orchard, in Regwa district at Giza governorate, Egypt. Four thinning pruning levels were applied on the 1st November by leaving 70, 85 and 100 one-year-old shoots/ tree beside control trees (unpollarded trees), with or without three heading back cut level treatments (on the same shoots) by removing 25, 50 and 75% from the terminal shoot length.
Enhancing the Productivity of Early Grande Peaches under Northern Sinai Conditions via Supplemental Irrigation and Organic Fertilization
This study was carried out during two successive seasons (2009/2010 and 2010/2011) on ten years old of Early Grande peach trees. All trees are grown in a sandy soil that budded on non-bitter almond rootstock planted at 5 x 5 meters under rainfall condition in irrigation. Fifty four experimental trees, that grown in a private orchard at El Hosinat, Rafah, North Sinai Gov., Egypt, were chosen of normal growth and uniformly in shape and size to apply this study.
We invest to establish the food factory in China in 2013. Up to now, we are the biggest exporter of canned shiitake and the sole exporter that can export canned mushroom to USA from China.
We are a professional foodstuff company producing fruit and vegetable products for over twenty years. In addition to having our own plants we invest in other produce factories as well. We have our own agricultural lab and workshops and we specialize in canned and frozen foods.
Peaches may be grown in many temperate areas of the United States. The startup costs for peaches can be high depending on the production method chosen, land preparation, and initial investment in the trees. However, the life of the orchard is expected to be at least 20 years, so this investment may be spread over a longer period of time than many crops.