By D. C. Ferree, I. Warrington
This ebook offers a complete reference paintings, summarising our wisdom of apples and their creation all over the world. It comprises 24 chapters written by way of overseas specialists from the united states, Canada, Europe and New Zealand. the most topics addressed contain taxonomy and construction facts, plant fabrics, apple body structure, orchard and tree administration, crop security (including natural production), harvesting and dealing with and usage. The publication could be of important curiosity to these operating in horticulture and botany.
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Apples similar to ‘Cox’s Orange Pippin’ were emphasized, but now diverse types are sought. Ten cultivars have been named since 1971. ‘Fiesta’, a ‘Cox’s Orange Pippin’ × ‘Idared’ hybrid released in 1984, is well known. ‘Saturn’ (PRI 1235 × ‘Starkspur Golden Delicious’) is a recent release. Six columnar (reduced branching) cultivars have been named: ‘Maypole’, ‘Telamon’, ‘Tuscan’ and ‘Trajan’ (Tobutt, 1985) and ‘Charlotte’ and ‘Obelisk’ released in 1991. Molecular markers are being developed for preselection at a juvenile stage (Evans, 1999).
Merlijn’, a hybrid of ‘King Jonagold’ × ‘Liberty’, was the first release. ‘Merlijn’ has low susceptibility to scab and mildew. A. Experiment Station of Cacador in Santa Catarina started in 1972 with seeds imported from America. A low chilling requirement for local adaptation and disease resistance are goals. ‘Princesa’ and ‘Primicia’ (scab-resistant) were released in 1986, the low-chill, scab-resistant ‘Fred Hough’ was named in 1994 and ‘Catarina’, a hybrid of ‘Fuji’ × a scab-resistant selection, was named in 1996.
2000) China, Peoples Republic of, Fresh Deciduous Fruit, Annual, 2000. Global Agriculture Information Network (GAIN) Report CH0618, Foreign Agricultural Service, USDA, Washington, DC, 34 pp. USDA FAS. World Horticultural Trade and US Export Opportunities. Circular series: FHORT (various issues). 3 Genetic Improvement of Apple: Breeding, Markers, Mapping and Biotechnology Susan K. Brown and Kevin E. 33 Yugoslavia 32 33 33 34 35 36 36 36 36 36 37 37 37 37 38 38 38 38 39 39 39 40 40 41 41 41 41 41 41 41 42 42 42 42 42 43 © CAB International 2003.
Apples: Botany, Production and Uses by D. C. Ferree, I. Warrington