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- Bozhkova, V.; Rankova, Z.; Milusheva, S.
- Acta horticulturae 2013 no.981 pp. 105-110
- development projects, etc ; apricots; cultivars; farms; flowering; frost; fruits; herbicides; ripening; spring; trees; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... The project started in the spring of 2003. In the period 2005 to 2009, the suitability for cultivation in an atypical performance area apricot cultivars ‘Harcot’, ‘Bebeko’, ‘Aurora’ and ‘Pella’ introduced in the frames of the project, were studied. ‘Magyar kajszi’ was used as a standard cultivar. The resistance of the studied cultivars to late spring frost was evaluated. The period of flowering an ...
- Rajwana, I.A.; Malik, A.U.; Bally, I.S.E.; Kazmi, M.; Khan, M.I.; Rajwana, E.A.; Mahmood, K.
- Acta horticulturae 2013 no.992 pp. 63-68
- development projects, etc ; abnormal development; agricultural industry; anthracnose; business enterprises; cost effectiveness; death; germplasm; ingredients; mangoes; orchards; polyethylene; rootstocks; sales; seed certification; seedlings; trees; vegetables; wood; Pakistan; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Pakistan is the fifth largest mango growing country in the world. Despite being second most important fruit to the national economy, mango nursery production remained an under-developed enterprise in the country. Districts of Multan, Rahim Yar Khan (Punjab) and Mir Pur Khas (Sindh) are the leading areas for mango production due to large sales volumes estimated collectively about 0.12 million plant ...