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Studies on the rejuvenation pruning of almond trees II. Effect of pruning on reproductive performance



Studies on the rejuvenation pruning of almond trees II. Effect of pruning on reproductive performance



Gradinarska i Lozarska Nauka 20(3): 15-21



When medium-severe and severe rejuvenating pruning methods were compared with light thinning out of the crown (control) the rejuvenating methods produced better fruit set and larger nuts with heavier kernels. The medium-severe method reduced yields in the first year after pruning but increased them by 18.2-31.1% in the second and third years compared with control.

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