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Effect of different fertilizer application levels on texture of 'Hakuho' peach (Prunus persica Batsch)


Effect of different fertilizer application levels on texture of 'Hakuho' peach (Prunus persica Batsch)



Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 70(5): 533-538



DOI: 10.2503/jjshs.70.533

The changes in biochemical and physical properties of peach Hakuho flesh grown under different levels (160 (H), 80 (M) or 40 (L) ppm) of N application were studied during March 1997 in Japan. Fruits on L treatment were the first to reach a shipping maturity on July 14 followed by M treatment 2 days after and H treatment 6 days after. TSS was highest in fruits of the M and L treatments. Ethylene evolved from harvested fruits was detectable on July 14 and gradually increased in all treatments.

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