Sorina Sîrbu, Elena Iurea, Margareta Corneanu, Cristina Ionela Boboc, Ionel Perju, Ionuţ Vasile Ungureanu
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The aim of this paper were to evaluated of some autochtonous sweet and sour cherry genotypes in the Romanian North Eastern area conditions. In period 2016-2017 studies were done, having as research material that eight sweet cherry (‘Amar Adamache’, ‘Amar 15 Iaşi’, ‘Crăieşti de Camarna’, ‘Perişoare de Comarna’, ‘Pletos de Camarna’, ‘Iosifan’, ‘Bălăi timpurii’ and ‘Amar Mărculeşti’) and seven sour cherry genotypes (‘Mocăneşti 104/24’, ‘Mocăneşti 32/20’, ‘Focşani 3’, ‘Suraia’, ‘Crişane 11/6’, ‘Bizigheşti’ and ‘Selecţia Cotea’) which were in ex situ collected. The climate factors, frost resistance expressed in percent from total sectional buds, phenological stages, fruit, peduncle and stone features were analyzed. In the climate conditions of the studied years, the smallest fruit of the sweet cherry genotypes showed ‘Amar Mărculeşti’ (1.87 g) while the largest one was ‘Iosifan’ (7.85 g). Smallest fruit of the sour cherry genotypes showed ‘Mocăneşti 32/20’ (4.51 g) while the largest one was ‘Mocăneşti 104/24’ (6.72 g). Stone range between 0.24 g (‘Amar Adamache’) to 0.37 g (‘Amar Mărculeşti’) at studied sweet cherry genotypes while at sour cherry genotypes range between 0.28 g (‘Mocăneşti 104/24’  and ‘Crişane’) to 0.38 g (‘Mocăneşti 32/20’).

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