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Assessing varieties of sweet cherry for firmness of attachment of the fruit to the stalk


Assessing varieties of sweet cherry for firmness of attachment of the fruit to the stalk



Sadovodstvo, Vinogradarstvo i Vinodelie Moldavii 5: 51-52



In a collection of 230 varieties, 31% had weakly attached fruits requiring a force of 80-150 g only for removal; 55% required 150-235 g and 14% required 250-350 g.

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