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Frost tolerance of fruit species. III. A statistical method of assessing frost tolerance in the reproductive organs of apples under artificial stress



Frost tolerance of fruit species. III. A statistical method of assessing frost tolerance in the reproductive organs of apples under artificial stress



Archiv fur Gartenbau 32(8): 347-363



In a preliminary trial an equivalent point for a mortality rate of 50% (LG50) in the reproductive organs was determined for an early flowering (Croncels), a mid-season (Auralia), a late (Gelber Kostlicher) and a very late flowering (Rote Sternrenette) as standards. On the basis of the equivalent point for LG50, combinations of frost temperature (T50) and duration (D50) were calculated for cultivar comparison.

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