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Reciprocal grafting between early maturing and normal maturing olive varieties: preliminary effects on the nature of juvenility and flowering



Reciprocal grafting between early maturing and normal maturing olive varieties: preliminary effects on the nature of juvenility and flowering



Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment 2(2): 197-200



Reciprocal grafting was performed between young trees (18 months old) of early maturing (within 1-2 year) and normal maturing (4-6 years) cultivars of olives. Scions of an early maturing cultivar (Arbequina) grafted on young rootstocks of a normal maturing cultivar (Manzanillo), and grown for 7 months in greenhouse conditions, produced flowers when subjected to flower inducing chilling period.

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