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Relationship between fruit weight, firmness, and leaf/fruit ratio in Lambert and Bing sweet cherries



Relationship between fruit weight, firmness, and leaf/fruit ratio in Lambert and Bing sweet cherries



Canadian Journal of Plant Science 63(3): 763-765



Increased leaf:fruit ratio was associated with increased fruit firmness and weight of both Lambert and Bing cherries.

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