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Yield planning with peaches of the Redhaven variety



Yield planning with peaches of the Redhaven variety



Rasteniev"dni Nauki 35(4): 293-295



Various winter pruning schemes were used on Redhaven peaches grafted on Helford 2 rootstocks at spacings of 5x4 m on a typical smolnistsa soil (fallow, with irrigation) in Bulgaria. The pruning treatments gave 40, 60, 80 and 100 mixed branches per tree, and immediately after physiological drop the fruits on the mixed branches were manually thinned, leaving one fruit per 12-15 cm. The controls were conventionally pruned with 50 mixed branches per tree, and no fruit thinning was carried out.

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