THE EFFECT OF THE POLLINIZER VARIETY ON THE BERRY WEIGHT OF CURRANTS

A. Porpáczy, Z. Vadas
At currant cultivars the level of self-fertility can characterised according to the results of open pollination and the differences in berry weight. This character appears in the habits of the racemes as well. For weakly self-fertile or partially self-sterile cultivars it is necessary to use some polliniser varieties to ensure a good yield. Usually, three of four cultivars should be planted together in an orchard.
Porpáczy, A. and Vadas, Z. (2001). THE EFFECT OF THE POLLINIZER VARIETY ON THE BERRY WEIGHT OF CURRANTS. Acta Hortic. 561, 263-267
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2001.561.39
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2001.561.39
black currant, fertility, pollination, berry weight, metaxenia
English

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