Ionuţ Vasile Ungureanu, Mihai Istrate, Ionel Perju, Margareta Corneanu, Marius Dascălu, Cristina Zlati
Full Text PDF | agroproductivity, cherry, temperature, viability.
Cherry is a fruit species of particular economic importance, given by the nutritional, technological and commercial attributes of the fruits, which finds optimal conditions of the agroproductive potential in N-E. The study aimed to assess the sensitivity to frost and the effect of low temperatures on the viability of fruit buds on 11 cherry varieties (4 foreign and 7 native) during 2017-2018. Since the first part of 2018, observations and determinations have been made regarding the tree vigor (the trunk area cm), the length of annual growths and their number on the tree, the main fructification phenophases and the behavior towards the limiting factors of production (germ, drought, specific diseases of the cherry tree). As a result of the observations made, it was found that the limiting factors, namely the climatic conditions, did not directly influence the varieties studied.