Evaluation of Finnish apple cultivars (Malus domestica Borkh.)

Agricultural and Food Science

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Title Evaluation of Finnish apple cultivars (Malus domestica Borkh.)
 
Creator Krasova, Nina
Ozherelieva, Zoya
Galasheva, Anna
 
Subject fruit quality, modeling damaging factors, productivity, Venturia inaequalis, winter hardiness
 
Description The purpose of this research was to study apple cultivars obtained from Luke (previously MTT Piikkiö, Finland) in order to have good candidates for breeding within the central zone of Russia. The studies were carried out in accordance with the methods of cultivar study and artificial freezing by modeling damaging factors using a freezing chamber. The assessment of the cultivars by yield, commodity and consumer qualities of fruit, resistance to adverse abiotic factors of the winter period is given. The ‘Vuokko’ cultivar was identified with a yield significantly higher than Antonovka. By modeling winter damage factors, ‘Sandra’, ‘Samo’ and ‘Make’ cultivars were identified with the resistance of the cambium and wood at the level of ‘Antonovka’, when the temperature in the of mid-winter dropped to –40 °C after hardening off, with the ability to keep the frost resistance at –25 °C after thaw and ability to restore the hardy state by lowering the temperature to –30 °C after thaw and re-hardening off. Cultivars ‘Sandra’, ‘Samo’ and ‘Make’ are recommended for creating new hardy cultivars with high-quality fruits for the temperate continental climate of Europe.
 
Publisher The Scientific Agricultural Society of Finland
 
Date 2020-12-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://journal.fi/afs/article/view/91504
10.23986/afsci.91504
 
Source Agricultural and Food Science; Vol 29 No 5 (2020); 515–525
Agricultural and Food Science; Vol 29 Nro 5 (2020); 515–525
1795-1895
1459-6067
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://journal.fi/afs/article/view/91504/58926
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Agricultural and Food Science
 

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