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Freeze susceptibility to fruit buds of selected apple cultivars in east-central Ontario, 1986



Freeze susceptibility to fruit buds of selected apple cultivars in east-central Ontario, 1986



Fruit Varieties Journal 41(3): 105-110



The effects of 2 frosts, with temperatures down to -4.5 degrees C (April 21-23) and -4.0 degrees C (May 2-4) respectively, were assessed in 10 cultivars on MM106, MM111 or M26 rootstocks at the Experimental Farm and in 14 commercial orchards. There was an interaction between cultivars and stage of bud development; for example, Idared was less damaged than McIntosh at the earlier frost but damage was similar in both cultivars at the later one.

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