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A study on fertilization biology of some grape varieties

, : A study on fertilization biology of some grape varieties. Acta Horticulturae ( 441): 433-438

A study was carried out in Kahramanmaras, Turkey, in 1995, to determine the fertilization biology of 7 grape cultivars. Fruit set and fruit quality were evaluated after self- and open-pollination. Results showed that Mahrabasi (0% final set) and Ag uzumu (4.46% final set) were self-incompatible, but Antep karasi, Azezi, Yalova incisi, Tuysuz kabarcik and Tuylu kabarcik were self-fertile (22.14, 24.16, 26.22, 42.85 and 48.26% final set, respectively).

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Accession: 003027724

DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1997.441.68

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