Section 2
Chapter 1,912

Planting citrus at ultra high densities - a review of developments in southern Africa with special reference to angle planting

Piner, G.F.

Citriculture Sixth international citrus congress Middle East Tel Aviv Israel 6-11 March 1988 2: 931-940


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In South Africa and neighbouring citrus-producing countries, the claimed benefits of ultra-high planting densities, in which trees are planted at more than 1000/ha, have led to growers establishing many such plantings on a semi-commercial scale over the past 4 years. In recognition of the need to couple such planting with tree dwarfing, growers have used angle planting as a means of reducing the rate of tree growth.

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