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Ecological studies on the planting density of mulberry 2. growth of lateral shoots and variation of number of shoots



Ecological studies on the planting density of mulberry 2. growth of lateral shoots and variation of number of shoots



Journal of Sericultural Science of Japan 49(3): 205-210



The effect of planting density of 'Kenmochi' mulberry trees on the subsequent growth was examined with 6 densities (500, 1000, 3000, 6000, 10,000 and 15,000 trees/10 acres). In the 1st yr, the number of lateral shoots increased as planting densities decreased. In the thinned plots, lateral shoots developed from the basal part of main shoots early in the season; in dense plots they developed much later. In the 2nd yr, the number of shoots per tree decreased as the planting densities increased. The number of shoots which failed to further develop owing to earlier defoliation became large with increase in density in plots of > 3000 trees. The number of shoots increased with density. The degree of coverage by mulberry trees on Sept. 5 of the 1st yr was < 50% in plots of 500 and 1000 trees, while .apprx. 100% coverage was observed in plots of 6000 trees. In the 2nd yr, 100% coverage was shown 70 days after sprouting in plots of > 3000 trees.

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