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Evaluating the accountability of trunk size and canopy volume models for determining apple tree production potential across diverse management regimes



Evaluating the accountability of trunk size and canopy volume models for determining apple tree production potential across diverse management regimes



Acta Horticulturae (707): 237-243



Trunk cross-sectional area (TCA) is the most common surrogate measurement for determining tree size and, indirectly, the capacity of that tree to produce fruit. When used in a 'Honeycrisp' cultivar crop density and apple (Malus domestica fruit quality experiment, there was a lack of consistency across sites in fruit size and yield for similar crop densities, based on TCA (fruit/cm2).

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