Pip and stone fruit production : proceedings of a course in "Fruit production" at Lincoln College in November 1980, with an additional paper from an earlier course in "Alternative land uses" held in February 1979
The main theme for this course is pip and stone fruit production. This bulletin includes the full text of the following papers: G.P. Ward, Introduction; J.S. Dunn and M. Stolp, Apple Production for Mechanised Harvesting on the Lincoln Canopy System; A.G. Malcolm, The Establishment of an Orchard; W. D. Mottram, Equipment, Buildings and General Development; Irene Parminter and I.J. Ritchie, Financial Consideration in Starting a New Orchard; W.J.W. Wilton, Selection of Planting Material, Varieties and Rootstocks; D.I. Jackson, Training a Young Tree; G.I. Langford, Nutrition and Spraying of Young Fruit Trees; W.J. W. Wilton, Maintenance of Fruiting Trees and Productionof Quality Fruits; K. Jeffery, Weed Control in Pip and Stone Fruit; G.F. Thiele, Fruit Systems; D. W. McKenzie, Tree Training for Semi-intensive Apple Orchards; R.N. Rowe, Tree Training Systems for Stone-fruit; D. McKenzie, Twenty Questions About Apple Tree Pruning.... [Show full abstract]
Fields of Research070601 Horticultural Crop Growth and Development; 070603 Horticultural Crop Protection (Pests, Diseases and Weeds); 070602 Horticultural Crop Improvement (Selection and Breeding)
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