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The importance and possibility of forecasting the intensity of flowering and the effect of MBP on flowering intensity and fruit set to obtain an optimal yield



The importance and possibility of forecasting the intensity of flowering and the effect of MBP on flowering intensity and fruit set to obtain an optimal yield



Gartenbau 31(2): 50-51



Optimal apple production can be obtained by close control of flowering intensity, fruit set and fruit bud formation. Flowering intensity can be estimated microscopically in October of the previous year. When high flowering intensity and fruit set are foreseen, application of 0.03% Flordimex plus the fruit-thinning agent NMC-50 at 0.2% is recommended.

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