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Phenology of introduced oriental pears grafted onto a local pear cultivar and their carbohydrate and nitrogen status



Phenology of introduced oriental pears grafted onto a local pear cultivar and their carbohydrate and nitrogen status



Acta Horticulturae (587): 405-411



The flower bud grafting technique was used to investigate the phenology and adaptation of Japanese pear (Pyrus pyrifolia) cultivars during 1998-2000 at the Oriental pear orchard, Royal Ang Khang Experimental Station, Chiangmai, Thailand. Flower buds of 'Kousui', 'Choujuurou', 'Nijisseiki', 'Housui' and 'Niitaka' were collected in Japan and grafted on Thai local rootstock. The results showed a low percentage of flowering and fruit setting due to insufficient chilling hours.

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