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The most effective temperature for the fulfilment of the chilling requirement of Ribes nigrum L



The most effective temperature for the fulfilment of the chilling requirement of Ribes nigrum L



Gartenbauwissenschaft 49(2): 49-52



The optimum temperature for breaking bud dormancy after 1200 h cold treatment was between -3 degrees and 0 degrees C in cultivars Silvergieter and Meitgo, and between 3 degrees and 6 degrees in cultivars Vija and Sewegard.

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