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Preliminary results on the embryo-culture technique applied to the genetic improvement of plum (cv. Ruth Gerstetter)


, : Preliminary results on the embryo-culture technique applied to the genetic improvement of plum (cv. Ruth Gerstetter). Acta Horticulturae: 51-58

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Bini, G.B.llini, E., 1973: First results on the embryo culture applied to the plum genetic improvement (cv. Ruth Gerstetter). Rivista della ortoflorofrutticoltura italiana: 57 (4) 259-267

Bini, G.; Bellini, E., 1973: Preliminary results on the embryo culture technique applied to plum breeding, using the variety Ruth Gerstetter. Ruth Gerstetter was crossed with 15 other varieties from several Prunus species and the embryo culture technique was used to make possible the germination of immature seeds (taken 90-100 days after flowering). The pollinator had a marked influence...

Meier, K.; Bryner, W., 1935: Ruth Gerstetter, a new early plum. The new plum which originated from the cross Czar x Gute aus Bry is described. The fruit ripens in Wadenswil, Switzerland, towards the end of July and would no doubt ripen earlier still in warmer localities.

Grzyb, Z., S.; Rozpara, E., 1999: Growth and yield of plum trees cv Ruth Gerstetter with interstems. Growth and yielding of 'Ruth Gerstetter' plum trees with interstems of Early Prune, Italian Prune, Opal and Pixy cvs were evaluated over 8 years. The results show that all the interstems had no influence on tree growth. The yield was sig...

Morettini, A., 1960: Ruth Gerstetter, an early plum cultivar worthy of consideration. The plum Ruth Gerstetter ripens in Florence at the same time as Florentia and Fertility. On account of the increasing interest in Italy for early plums, it is described and suitable pollinators are suggested.

Morettini, A., 1960: Ruth Gerstetter, an early plum variety worthy of consideration. The possibility of fairly close planting and its early ripening compensate for this variety's comparatively low yield and lack of vigour.

Grzyb, Z.; Rozpara, E., 1994: The influence of different interstems on the growth and yield of Ruth Gerstetter plum cv trees. Acta Horticulturae 359: 256-259

Grzyb, Z.S.; Rozpara, E., 1994: The influence of different interstems on the growth and yield of plum cv. Ruth Gerstetter trees. In 1990 plum cv. Ruth Gerstetter scions were grafted onto interstocks of Early Prune, Italian Prune, Opal and Pixy which had earlier been grafted onto a P. cerasifera rootstock. Early results showed that the trees on the interstocks were healthy b...

Paunovic, S.A.; Tesovic, Z.V.; Ogasanovic, D., 1973: The effect of gibberellic acid and 2,4,5-TP on the fertilization and fruitfulness of the plum cultivars Ruth Gerstetter and Zimmers Fruhzwetche. Intact and emasculated flowers of Ruth Gerstetter (self-fertile) and Zimmer's Fruhzwetche (self-sterile) were treated 10 and again 20 days after full bloom with different rates of GA with and without 7.5% glucose and/or with 2,4,5-TP. In Gers...

Bellini, E.; Bini, G., 1971: Investigations on the floral biology of Ruth Gerstetter and of some pollinating varieties. Among ten varieties of Prunus domestica investigated, the best pollinators for the self-sterile variety Ruth Gerstetter were Joris, Stanley, Lincoln and Claudia Mostruosa, while four other varieties gave inferior, but still good, results. Ruth Ger...