2 edition of Nitrogen partitioning and remobilization in field-grown apple trees found in the catalog.
Nitrogen partitioning and remobilization in field-grown apple trees
Written in English
|Statement||by Habib Khemira.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||136 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||136|
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Nitrogen uptake, partitioning and remobilization in 'Kotata' blackberry in alternate-year production Article Nitrogen partitioning and remobilization in field-grown apple trees book Available) in Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology 76(6) Nitrogen Needs. Fertilization is considered one of the most effective practices to increase the profits in fruit trees.
Many studies report that N supply rates are often much higher than the tree needs: on one hand, the latter are often overestimated, especially in mature orchards; on the other hand, growers believe that due to relatively low fertilizer N use efficiency (FNUE), they have Cited by: Nitrogen from urea absorbed after a spray in June was retained mainly in leaves of potted apple trees (Hill-Cottingham and Lloyd-Jones ), whereas N was rapidly transported to perennial parts.
Although perennial fruit crops represent 1% of global agricultural land, they are of a great economic importance in world trade and in the economy of many regions. The perennial woody nature of fruit trees, their physiological stages of growth, the root distribution pattern, and the presence of herbaceous vegetation in alleys make orchard systems efficient in the use and recycling of nitrogen (N).Cited by: The temporal dynamics of N remobilization was studied in walnut (Juglans nigra × regia) trees growing in sand culture.
Trees were fed with labeled N (15N) during and unlabeled N in Total N and15N contents in different tree compartments were measured during 80 d after bud burst and were used to estimate N remobilization for spring by: Sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) is a fruit of increasing economic importance though it is less significant than other stone fruit species such as peach.
Cherry has received little attention concerning nitrogen (N) uptake and dynamics in mature trees. The aim of this work was to determine N uptake and partitioning as influenced by the timing of fertilizer application in 7-year-old sweet cherry. Panzacchi P.; Tonon G.; Scandellari F.; Ventura M.; Ceccon C.; Zibordi M.; Corelli Grappadelli L.; Tagliavini M, Carbon partitioning to roots of field grown apple (Malus domestica) trees, in: UNIVERSITY OF WALES, 4th International Symposium on Physiological Processes in Roots of Woody Plants, BANGOR, University of Walles,pp.
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Phosphorus levels were low in vegetative shoots throughout the season, but declined through time in the leaves of sexual shoots (Lu and Watson, unpubl.).Cited by: 1. The fruit size of early ripening pear varieties is one of the most important attributes for its quality.
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