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Effect of different pruning intensities on the flowering dynamics and production of sweet pepper (Capsicum chinense, Jacq)



Effect of different pruning intensities on the flowering dynamics and production of sweet pepper (Capsicum chinense, Jacq)



Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia, Universidad del Zulia 19(2): 132-139



The effects of several pruning intensities (10 and 15 nodes, and no pruning) on the dynamics of flowering and fruit production of 235-day-old C. chinense (cv. VIG-AN1) plants were evaluated in Merida, Venezuela. Dynamics of flowering and fruit production were registered weekly during the 134 days after pruning (dap). Both pruning treatments (10 and 15 nodes) delayed the period of maximum production of plants compared with that of un-pruned plants during the first 64 dap.

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