Growth Regulators in Orchard Management
University of California
Growth Regulators in Orchard Management

2011

Annual Reports 2011

Annual Reports 2011 European Pear Growth and Cropping: Optimizing Fertilizer Practices Based on Seasonal Demand and Supply with Emphasis on Nitrogen Management, Interim Report
Determining the relationship between seasonal tissue N partitioning and concentration and tree productivity and growth, comparing typical and reduced N to validate recommended N management, and quantifying effects on crop load and fruit quality due to N, K and Ca as influenced by application. Interi...
Annual Reports 2011 European Pear Growth and Cropping: Optimizing Fertilizer Practices Based on Seasonal Demand and Supply with Emphasis on Nitrogen Management, Interpretive Summary 2011
Use of three ‘Bartlett’ orchards with existing conditions that allow manipulation of nutrients. The orchards represent a range of yields of (20-32 t/A/yr), tree age, rootstock, soil and growing conditions. All are sampled annually for tissue nutrient levels, and irrigation water and soil N profiles....
Annual Reports 2011 Optimizing Nitrogen Availability in Cherry Growth to Obtain High Yield and Fruit Quality, Final Report
This study addressed N cycling, supply and demand in sweet cherry using several combinations of N forms, timings and rates that are typical in California production orchards, using two standard and one semi-dwarfing rootstocks. Final Report submitted for FREP contract 07-0666 in 2011.
Annual Reports 2011 Optimizing Nitrogen Availability in Cherry Growth to Obtain High Yield and Fruit Quality, Interpretive Summary
Development of cost-effective N fertilization practices to improve use efficiency and minimize environment impacts in sweet cherry production. Reports submitted for FREP contract 07-0666 in 2011.
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