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Effect of different pruning methods on the quantitative morphological and histological characters of apple, pear and cherry trees


, : Effect of different pruning methods on the quantitative morphological and histological characters of apple, pear and cherry trees. Botanikai Kozlemenyek 78(3-4): 173-177

Apple Gloster, pear Diel, and sweet cherry Hedelfingen, were pruned by (1) the correlative mechanical method (heading back and pruning the roots at 70 cm soil depth and 40, 60 or 70 cm distance from the tree row); (2) heading back without root pruning; or (3) commercial (light pruning).

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