volume 50, issue 2, P101-108 2017
DOI: 10.1515/cerce-2017-0019
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Elena Iurea, Sorina Sîrbu, Margareta Corneanu

Abstract: AbstractThe aim of this paper is to improve the autochthonous sweet cherry assortment with new cultivars of good adaptability and ecological plasticity, with superior biological potential, productive, with quality fruits and superior features, in comparison to existing cultivars. Due to the characteristic of having an earlier ripening age for the fruits compared to the other tree species (beginning in May), the cherry is the first ring in the annual chain of fruits production. On the fresh fruits market, the p…

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