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Studies on varietal differences in fruit-quality of apricot varieties grown at Regional Fruit Research Sub-station, Kandaghat



Studies on varietal differences in fruit-quality of apricot varieties grown at Regional Fruit Research Sub-station, Kandaghat



Progressive Horticulture 2(4): 67-71



Twenty-three varieties were evaluated during the period 1964-1969. The varieties St. Ambroise, Turkey, Hem's Kirk and Moor Park had the heaviest fruits. The pulp : stone ratio was highest in Moor Park, St. Ambroise and Turkey. Charmagz, Shakarpara, Suffaida, Suffaida Oblong, Suffaida Parachunar, St.

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