+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Pollination and fruit set in raspberries

, : Pollination and fruit set in raspberries. Acta Horticulturae (60): 169-175

The red raspberry cvs Norna and Asker and the selection II-2LGP were pollinated by several pollinators. Norna gave a low fruit set after selfing compared with cross pollination. The best pollinators were Preussen, Malling Jewel and Glen Clova. Emasculation reduced fruit set in open-pollinated flowers of Norna. Flowers of this retained their ability to set when open-pollinated within 3 days of isolation and emasculation but after 6 days the set was very low.

Accession: 000461870

Submit PDF Full Text: Here

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Related references

Sokolova, Va, 1971: Fruit and seed setting rate for Latam variety of raspberries with self-pollination and cross-pollination

Redalen, G., 1975: Pollination and fruit setting in raspberries. Various aspects of pollination and fruit setting in raspberries are discussed with reference to Norwegian and other research. It is concluded that the relationship is not as simple as had been supposed, and that self-fertility is an important yiel...

Pavlov, Oa, 1973: Effect of allogenic supplemnetary pollination on fruit and seed formation and on seedling growth of raspberries. Sadovodstvo vinogradarstvo i vinodelie Moldavii: 8 13-15

Teaotia, S.S.; Chauhan, R.S., 1964: Flowering, pollination, fruit-set and fruit-drop studies in ber (Zizyphus mauritiana Lamak). II. Pollination, fruit-set, fruit development and fruit-drop. Ber Thornless, Banarasi Pewandi and Banarasi Karaka were all self incompatible; the two latter were also reciprocally cross incompatible.

Dicenta, F.; Ortega, E.; Canovas, J.A.; Egea, J., 2002: Self-pollination vs. cross-pollination in almond: pollen tube growth, fruit set and fruit characteristics. Pollen tubes reaching the ovary, fruit set and the main fruit characteristics of six self-compatible genotypes ('Marta', 'Antoneta', 'Guara', 'Lauranne', 'S2332' and 'S4017') of almond we...

Anonymous, 1960: The pollination of fruit crops. Part I. Factors affecting pollination and fruit-setting. An account of the basic principles involved is followed by a survey of the way in which these processes in tree and small fruits are influenced by internal and external factors.

Anonymous, 1960: The pollination of fruit crops I Factors affecting pollination and fruit-setting

Miculka, B., 1965: Pollination of raspberries. Most recent research indicates that the yield of raspberries is influenced to a great extent by the pollination method. Self-pollination reduces the degree of fertility of a given variety by 30-63%. The largest fruits and highest yields are obtain...

Anonymous, 1960: The pollination of fruit crops. II. Pollination method. III. Planting and pollination. Part III of this article carries 13 appendices giving information on the time of flowering and pollination requirements of a large number of varieties of the following crops: apples (dessert, culinary and cider), pears (dessert, culinary and perry...

Anonymous, 1961: The pollination of fruit crops II Pollination method, m Planting and pollination