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Vegetative and reproductive behaviour of the Suncrest peach variety depending on spacing and spindle training system

Vegetative and reproductive behaviour of the Suncrest peach variety depending on spacing and spindle training system

Rasteniev'Dni Nauki: 1, 86-89

During the period of 1999-2005, the vegetative and reproductive behaviour of peach Suncrest on peach seedling rootstock at different planting densities were investigated at the Sliven Experimental Peach Field. The following planting distances were studied: 4 x 1.5; 4 x 2; 4 x 2.5 m in trees trained as spindles, with summer pruning. The most suitable spacing was 4 x 2 m until the fifth year after planting.

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