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Effect of quince rootstocks on growth and yield of pear trees during the first five years after planting



Effect of quince rootstocks on growth and yield of pear trees during the first five years after planting



Prace z Zakresu Nauk Rolniczych 85: 105-113



In 1993-97, growth and yield were evaluated in pear cultivars General Leclerc, Lukasowka (Buerre A. Lukas) and Packham's Triumph. The trees were budded on the quince rootstocks MA, MC and SI and planted in an orchard near Poznan, Poland, in a three bedrow system (3000 trees/ha). During the first 4 years after planting, rootstock had no clear effect on tree vigour. General Leclerc trees grew the most vigorously and Packham's Triumph trees were the least vigorous.

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