2017
DOI: 10.1590/0103-8478cr20151498 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Chemical treatment is a mean to accomplish fruit thinning; although its efficiency depends on the compound used, application time, and dosage. Effect of the chemical hydrogen cyanamide (CH2N2) on the thinning of flowers and fruits of the peach cultivar Coral was assessed in this study. Treatments consisted of five doses of CH2N2 (0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, and 0.8%) spray application to the point of run-off, at two stages (50% and 100% flowering). The experiment was conducted in a completely randomized design with six … Show more

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“…According to Rodrigues et al (1999) and Greene and Costa (2013), the average fruit mass increases with the reduction of the fruit quantity in the plant, due to the greater availability of nutrients allocated to each organ of fruiting. For Anzanello and Tedesco (2017), with the reduction of the number of fruits, there is an improvement in the distribution of photoassimilates, resulting in fruits of larger size.…”
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“…According to Rodrigues et al (1999) and Greene and Costa (2013), the average fruit mass increases with the reduction of the fruit quantity in the plant, due to the greater availability of nutrients allocated to each organ of fruiting. For Anzanello and Tedesco (2017), with the reduction of the number of fruits, there is an improvement in the distribution of photoassimilates, resulting in fruits of larger size.…”
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“…For Pavanello and Ayub (2013) post-flowering thinning is more recommended because there is knowledge of the fruit load, with definition of the effective fruiting of the plant. According to Anzanello and Tedesco (2017) the production of peach can be compromised by the accomplishment of chemical thinning in the flowering allied to subsequent climatic events that affect the fixation of the fruits.…”
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