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Biochemical indexes for environmental stress conditions in peach, as possible indicators of the tree's susceptibility to chemical thinning with urea



Biochemical indexes for environmental stress conditions in peach, as possible indicators of the tree's susceptibility to chemical thinning with urea



Alon Hanotea 52(1): 10-18



The responses of peach and nectarine trees to chemical (urea) fruit thinning under environmental stresses were investigated in Israel. Extreme temperature regimes before and after anthesis increased natural thinning of fruits, even without chemical treatment. Compared with optimal irrigation, drought or conditions of excess summer irrigation reduced fruit set of cultivar AprilGlo the following spring. Proline levels in leaves if AprilGlo increased sharply under non-optimal irrigation.

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