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Calita, new plum variety

Acta Horticulturae: 49-50

Calita, new plum variety

Trees of this clingstone variety are spreading, vigorous and productive.

Accession: 000609078

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Nicotra, A., 1977: Calita, a new plum variety. Calita is derived from the cross Gaviota X Eldorado made by the United States Horticultural Field Station at Fresno in California and was introduced to Italy as FK5-37 in 1967-8. It has shown good fruit quality and regular yields in both countries...

Nicotra, A., 1977: Calita, a new cultivar of plum tree. Frutticoltura 39 (12) 33-34

Rosati, P.; Marino, G.; Swierczewski, C., 1980: In vitro propagation of Japanese plum (Prunus salicina Lindl. cv. Calita). Shoot tips (5-7 mm long) of Japanese plum cv. Calita proliferated at a rate of 10:1 to 20:1 per month when grown on a modified Murashige and Skoog medium with 3% sucrose, 0.75% agar and (in mg/litre) 0.4 thiamine HCl, 100 myo-inositol, 1.0 BA, 0.1...

Rosati P.; Marino G.; Swierczewski C., 1979: In vitro propagation of japanese plum prunus salicina cultivar calita. Tissue cultures of 'Calita' Japanese plum started from 5-7 mm long shoot tips proliferated at a rate of 10:1-20:1 per month when grown on a modified Murashige and Skoog medium with 3% sucrose, 0.75% agar and (in mg/l) 0.4 thiamine HCl, 1...

Soldatov, I.V., 2008: Results of distant hybridization between domestic plum variety and Ussuriyskaya plum variety. Results of investigations into hybridization of Ussuriyskaya plum-variety with domestic plum-varieties, combination of various phenotypical cha racteristics in hybrids, display of initial parental characteristics with these hybrids as well have b...

Kanaujia, J.P.; Singh, R.N.; Singh, G.; Bhandari, T.P.S., 1985: Effect of plum line pattern virus on growth and fruit quality of plum variety Santarosa grafted on common plum and peach seedling rootstocks. Infected trees on common plum rootstocks were larger than those on peach rootstocks. Fruit TSS, vitamin C and total sugar contents were slightly higher in trees on common plum rootstocks.

Trifonov, D., 1974: The susceptibility of twelve forms of the plum variety Kyustendilska sinya to plum pox virus. In tests of twelve forms of Kyustendilska sinya [Kyustendil Blue], the fruit of all twelve proved highly susceptible, but two forms had highly resistant leaves: a late-flowering form and form 3.

Batinica, J.; Muratovic, S., 1972: Importance of the plum moth (Grapholitha funebrana Tr.) for the plum variety 'Bilska rana'. Investigations in 1969-71 in southern Herzegovina (Yugoslavia) showed that Cydia (Grapholitha) funebrana (Treitschke) has three generations on late varieties of plum but only two on the early variety 'Bilska rana', because the fruits are...

Jordovic, M., 1966: The effect of some rootstocks on the manifestation of plum pox symptoms on the plum variety Pozegaca. Observations were conducted annually over 6 years on Pozegaca grafted from a plum pox virus-infected tree on 10 rootstocks. The mildest form of infection was noted on Pershore and the most severe on Myrobalan A, but in general the effect of the ro...

Martinez-Valero, R., 1982: Pollizo plum tree from Murcia Spain, variety used as rootstocks for apricot, peach and plum trees.1. Acta Horticulturae: (pub 1982) 2355-365