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The study of some phenophases in plums

, : The study of some phenophases in plums. Acta Horticulturae: 23-34

The times of bud opening and flowering (extremely early, very early, early, less early, later and late) and date of fruit ripening are tabulated for Prunus simonii, hybrids, varieties of Prunus cerasifera, and for varieties belonging to the following types of the group Domestica: true prunes; half prunes; plums; Reine Claudes and Mirabelles. In the group Domestica, flowering time was dependent on the time of opening of the flower buds and leaf buds.

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