2 edition of Nitrogen partitioning in "Marion" and "Kotata" blackberries grown in alternate-year production found in the catalog.
Nitrogen partitioning in "Marion" and "Kotata" blackberries grown in alternate-year production
Written in English
|Statement||by Paula Mohadjer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 leaves, bound ;|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Annual total nitrogen (N) accumulation in the aboveground plant ranged from 62 to and 33 to 39 lb/acre in field-grown red raspberry (Rubus idaeus) and blackberry (Rubus ssp. rubus. Response of Blackberry Cultivars to Fertilizer Source during Establishment in an Organic Fresh Market Production System Article (PDF Available) in HortTechnology 25(3) June with.
The floricane-fruiting, trailing blackberry (Rubus L. subgenus Rubus, Watson) cultivar Marion was evaluated in two plantings for the impact of floricane pruning date.
This included leaving the dead canes unpruned and training new primocanes over the dead wood (new-over-old), primocane topping and suppression date in alternate year (AY) and every year (EY) production systems at various planting Author: Bernadine C.
Strik. Mature plant growth and fruit production. Hort. Science 5. 0: 1. Strik, B. Uptake and partitioning of nutrients in blackberry and raspberry and evaluating plant nutrient status for accurate assessment of fertilizer requirements. Hort. Technology. Four blackberry (Rubus L.
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