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Modelling of apricot flowers and fruits distribution in relation to shoot organization and tree architecture

Modelling of apricot flowers and fruits distribution in relation to shoot organization and tree architecture

Acta Horticulturae ( 384): 291-295

The distributions of flowers and fruits were studied on Rouge du Roussillon trees, grafted on Brompton rootstocks, grown at 2 locations in France (Torreilles and Balandran). Trees were 6 or 7 years old, and were left to develop without pruning. On each tree, 25 main branches were sampled. The number of flowers and fruits per node along the axillary shoots developing from each branch were recorded.

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