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Chilling Injury, Flesh Browning, Dry Fruit, Mealiness, Wooliness

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Contents: 

  1. Occurrence
  2. Importance
  3. Symptoms
  4. Causes
  5. Control
Autores: 
Carlos H. Crisosto
Editora: 
University of California
Año: 
2,010

Influence of Plum Rootstocks on Agronomic Performance, Leaf Mineral Nutrition and Fruit Quality of ‘Catherina’ Peach Cultivar in Heavy-Calcareous Soil Conditions

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Autores: 
Lucía Mestre
Autores: 
Gemma Reig
Autores: 
Jesús A. Betrán
Autores: 
María-Angeles Moreno
Editora: 
Spanish Journal of Agricultural Research
Año: 
2,017

Training and Pruning Fruit Trees in North Carolina

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Contents: 

  1. Pruning vs. Training
  2. Dormant Pruning vs. Summer Pruning
  3. Types of Pruning Cuts
  4. Training Systems 
Autores: 
Michael L. Parker
Editora: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Año: 
2,017

Freezing Fruits

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You can freeze most fruits, but the quality of the frozen product depends on the kind of fruit, stage of maturity, and type of pack.

Autores: 
Mississippi State University Extension
Editora: 
Mississippi State University Extension
Año: 
2,016

CBI Product Factsheet: Fresh Stone Fruit in Europe

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The European import value of stone fruit from developing countries increased annually until 2013, but slowed down in 2014 due to the Russian embargo. Developing countries mainly supply Europe counter-seasonal in winter months, because Southern European countries produce lots of stone fruit. Special qualities or new varieties such as Paraquayos can be promising.

Autores: 
CBI Market Intelligence
Editora: 
CBI Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Año: 
2,015

North Carolina Production Guide for Smaller Orchard Plantings

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Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Site SelectionSoils
  • Cultivar Selection
  • Rootstocks
  • Orchard Design
  • When and How to Plant
  • Planting a Fruit Tree
  • Pest, Disease, and Weed Control
  • Pruning and Training for Tree Development
  • Harvesting
  • Post-Harvest Handling
  • Potential Markets
  • Resources
Autores: 
Nicholas T. Basinger
Autores: 
Joseph M. Owle
Autores: 
Abbey Piner
Autores: 
Michael L. Parker
Editora: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service
Año: 
2,016

Southeastern Peach, Nectarine and Plum Pest Management and Culture Guide

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This guide covers multiple states and production areas. Pest problems vary across the Southeast. Pesticide rates are a guideline. Exceptions are noted for specific locations and pests, but this guide does not list every exception. Listed pesticides may not be registered for the uses recommended here in all states. 

Autores: 
Dan Horton
Autores: 
Phil Brannen
Autores: 
Bob Bellinger
Autores: 
David Lockwood
Autores: 
David Ritchie
Editora: 
University of Gerogia Extension
Año: 
2,015

Controlling Black Knot in Michigan

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Black knot (Apiosporina morbosa), is a striking disease and a major disease of plum trees in Michigan. Black knot appears on the woody parts of the tree including twigs, limbs and sometimes the trunks. Black knot attacks plums, wild cherries and some ornamental cherries. Cultivated sweet and sour cherry trees are seldom attacked in Michigan. Black knot is found throughout Michigan in commercial and home orchards and in wild plum and cherry thickets.

Disease pictures and control methods are discussed.

Autores: 
Mark Longstroth
Editora: 
Michigan State University Extension
Año: 
2,016

Wrapping Materials and Cold Storage Durations Effect on Dry Matter Content of Plum

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Autores: 
Fariborz Naserzaeim
Autores: 
Majid Rashidi
Autores: 
Saeed Sayfzadeh
Editora: 
Agricultural Engineering Research Journal
Año: 
2,015

Comportamiento de "Monrepós" como patrón para cerezo (Prunus avium L.) en el Valle del Ebro

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Autores: 
A. Pina
Autores: 
R. Gella
Autores: 
P. Errea
Editora: 
Dialnet
Año: 
2,014
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