BIOLOGICAL AND POMOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF AUTOCHTHONOUS PLUM VARIETIES IN MONTENEGRO

D. Bozovic, V. Jacimovic, B. Lazovic
During three years the research on autochthonous Montenegro’s plum varieties ‘in situ’ was performed. In this paper the most important biological and pomological properties of 3 Pozegaca clones and 24 major plum varieties for spirit production. Investigated varieties showed significant variability within the presented properties. Fruit weight varied from 5.94 to 43 g, pit from 0.43 to 1.75 g, while efficiency of the flesh was from 91.60 to 96.97%. The fruits of ‘Bjelija’, ‘Turgonja’, ‘Rana Pozeska’, ‘Mudovalj’, ‘Bosanka’, ‘Dupljanka’, ‘Zoricka’, ‘Plavka’, ‘Pazarka’, ‘Drenovka’ and ‘Moravka’ variety were determined as of good quality, while of ‘Pozegaca’ variety as of very good quality.
Bozovic, D., Jacimovic, V. and Lazovic, B. (2012). BIOLOGICAL AND POMOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF AUTOCHTHONOUS PLUM VARIETIES IN MONTENEGRO. Acta Hortic. 968, 67-74
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2012.968.8
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2012.968.8
plum, autochthonous varieties, Montenegro, biological properties, fruit properties
English

Acta Horticulturae