+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Superintensive olive groves: behaviour of six varieties

Superintensive olive groves: behaviour of six varieties

Agricultura, Revista Agropecuaria 72(851): 346-350

Experiments were initiated in Spain in October 1998 by planting 6 varieties (Koroneiki, Arbosana, Arbequina IRTA-i.18, Joanenca, Canetera and FS-17) possessing moderate vigour at increased density (2469 plants/ha, 3 x 1.35 m). Information is presented on earliness, average annual production and total yield for 2000-02. Data are tabulated on vegetative and productive characteristics, and varietal differences related to efficiency of mechanical harvesting.

Please choose payment method:

(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 003953716

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

Related references

Key observations on the agronomic behaviour of olive cultivars grown under the superintensive model. Rivista di Frutticoltura e di Ortofloricoltura 68(3): 40-44, 2006

Second contribution to researches on C. oleaginum and its behaviour in the Olive groves of Latium. Boll. Staz. Pat. veg, Roma, 17: 2, 221-246, 1960

First contribution to researches on C. oleaginum and the behaviour of the parasite in the Olive groves of Lazio. Boll Staz. Pat. veg., Roma. 15: 2, 215-239, 1958

First contribution to studies on Cydoconium oleaginum and on the behaviour of this parasite in olive groves in the Lazio region. Boll. Staz. Pat. veg, Roma 15: 215-39. bibl. pp. 4, 1957

The nutritional status, nutrient balance and yield of olive groves in the province of Seville. I. A study on oil varieties. An. Edafol. Agrobiol 26: 733-62. bibl. 18, 1967

Fruit selection and foraging behaviour of frugivourous birds in wild olive shrublands and cultivated olive groves an optimal strategy based on the benefit/handling time ratio Eleccion de fruto y conducta de alimentacion de aves frugivoras en olivares y acebuchares una estrategia optima basada en la razon beneficio/tiempo de manipulacion. Ardeola. Junio; 441: 27-39, 1997

Agronomic aspects of superintensive olive cultivation. Informatore Agrario 62(1): 65-67, 2006

Mechanical harvesting in a superintensive olive plantation. Informatore Agrario 62(1): 68-71, 2006

Spanish experience of superintensive olive cultivation. Informatore Agrario 62(1): 59-63, 2006

Economic study of a superintensive olive plantation. Agricultura, Revista Agropecuaria 75(885): 434-436, 2006

Plant cover and control of diffuse pollution from P in olive groves: use of plant cover for control of agricultural nonpoint source pollution from soluble P in ecological olive groves. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 181(1/4): 17-34, 2007

Serious outbreaks of olive knot disease in two olive groves damaged by hail. Ann. Fac. Agrar. Perugia 7: 43-51. bibl. 1, 1950

Improved soil quality after 16 years of olive mill pomace application in olive oil groves. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 32(3): 803-810, 2012

Considerations on the possible usefulness of olive fruit fly dacus oleae symbioticides in integrated control in olive groves. Cavalloro, R And A Crovetti (Ed ) Integrated Pest Control in Olive-Groves; Cec (Commission Of The European Communities)/Fao (Food And Agriculture Organization)/Iobc (International Organization For Biological Control) International Joint Meeting, Pisa, Italy, Apr 3-6, 1984 Xiii+512p A A Balkema: Rotterdam, Netherlands; Boston, Mass , Usa (Dist in Usa And Canada By A A Balkema Publishers: Accord, Mass , Usa) 386-393, 1985