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Kui Lu - a new cultivar of Actinidia arguta Planch


, : Kui Lu - a new cultivar of Actinidia arguta Planch. Acta Horticulturae Sinica 21(2): 207-208

Kui Lu was selected from a wild source at Fuxing Forestry Center, Ji An county, Jilin Province in 1980. The plant is dioecious. The fruit is green, oblate with a shape index of 1.32. The average fruit weight is 18.1 g, but reaching 32.0 g. The soluble solids, organic acid, ascorbic acid and total free amino acids contents in the fruit juice are 15%, 1.5%, 430 mg/100 g and 933.8 mg/100 g, respectively. Fruit set is 95%.

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