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Investigations on fruit quality in sweet cherries. III. Variability of single fruit weight



Investigations on fruit quality in sweet cherries. III. Variability of single fruit weight



Archiv fur Gartenbau 29(1): 27-42



In accessions to the East German variety collection over the last 25 years, mean weight per fruit has risen from 5.7 to 7.0 g. Weight per fruit is reduced by earliness of ripening, the setting of fruit on compound spurs which are three or more years old, and by the presence of several fruits on one inflorescence. Variation in weight per fruit appeared to be due more to genetic differences among varieties than to variations in yield.

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