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- Gouta, H.; Mezghani, A.; Daynouni, A.; Labidi, F.; Bouaza, A.; Tej, A.; Gouiaa, M.
- Acta horticulturae 2017 no.1160 pp. 99-104
- almonds; buds; cultivars; flowers; fruit quality; fruits; genotype; markets; orchards; shoots; trees
- ... The Tunisian almond cultivar 'Achaak' is the most important in terms of market demand and fruit quality but unfortunately it is commonly considered as a low producing genotype. Some observations have indicated that this may be due to the lack of some major technical growing practices. However no much data is available to give a scientific explanation for this problem. The objective of this study i ...
- Lodolini, E. M.; Tarragoni, A.; Ciccolanti, T.; Massetani, F.; Pollastri, L.; Neri, D.
- Acta horticulturae 2017 no.1160 pp. 119-126
- branching; climatic factors; cultivars; flowers; fruit set; olives; orchards; plant architecture; plant density; shoots; trees; Italy
- ... The increase of plant density in new olive orchard systems requires a deeper investigation about plant architecture to understand growth, branching pattern and yield and to select most suitable cultivars. The spatial arrangement of vegetative and reproductive structures helps to explain the fruiting attitude of the plant at different levels: the whole tree, the productive branch and the fruiting s ...