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- Badii Gaaliche; Mouna Aїachi-Mezghani; Mehdi Trad; Evelyne Costes; Pierre-Eric Lauri; Messaoud Mars
- International journal of fruit science 2016 v.16 no.4 pp. 378-394
- Ficus carica; branches; branching; community programs; cultivars; figs; genetic improvement; phenotypic variation; plant architecture; shoots; trees; Tunisia
- ... Tree architecture describes plant form by defining the spatial organization of different structures. Shoot branching is an important step in understanding the tree architecture. Such studies are required for analyzing phenotypic diversity of plant architecture. Because such studies are rare on fig trees, the architecture diversity among nine Tunisian fig cultivars grown in Chott-Mariem (center-eas ...
- James P. Santiago; John M. Smagula
- International journal of fruit science 2012 v.12 no.1-3 pp. 35-47
- Vaccinium angustifolium; branches; branching; buds; calcium; crop yield; diammonium phosphate; gypsum; leaves; nutrient uptake; plant growth; soil; soil sampling; split application; sulfur; Maine
- ... Gypsum (CaSO₄·2H₂O) was evaluated as a single pre-emergent application (4,482 kg/ha) or a split application (2,242 kg/ha pre-emergent and 2,242 kg/ha 2 weeks later) for its effect on soil nutrient release, nutrient uptake, and plant growth at two commercial lowbush blueberry fields (Clary Hill and Marshville, Maine). Gypsum applications were compared to diammonium phosphate (448 kg/ha) and a contr ...