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Pocket calculations on late peach culture. Experiences in central Italy

, : Pocket calculations on late peach culture. Experiences in central Italy. Terra e Sole 43(556): 756-759

Italy produces 40% of the European Common Market's output of peaches. Medium-late cultivars are most important but late cultivars are increasing in importance. In Valdichiana Aretina (Arezzo), peach production has increased since the mid-1960's and is almost exclusively of medium-late and late cultivars. Maturation occurs 10-15 days later than in Emilia-Romagna and harvesting can continue until the end of Sep.

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