Optimizing Crop Load for New Apple Cultivar: “WA38”

@inproceedings{Anthony2019OptimizingCL,
  title={Optimizing Crop Load for New Apple Cultivar: “WA38”},
  author={Brendon Anthony and Sara Forgas Serra and Stefano Musacchi},
  year={2019}
}
Crop load management is growing increasingly important as a factor related to biennial tendencies, post-harvest disorders, and inconsistent fruit quality in apples like “Honeycrisp”. Washington State University released a new apple cultivar, called “WA38”, in 2017. Limited literature is available about the productive characteristics of this new cultivar. An experimental trial evaluating the effect of crop load on leaf area, fruit quality, mineral composition, and return bloom of “WA38” was… CONTINUE READING

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