Seasonal development of introduced apple-tree varieties under arid conditions of Western Kazakhstan
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2019 - Volume 13 Issue 2, pp. 717-727
  • Published Online: 07 Jul 2019
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Abstract

For the first time the article presents perennial statistically processed results of pheno-observations for 11 apple varieties introduced into the Mangyshlaksky Experimental Botanical Garden, located in the west of Kazakhstan, whose natural conditions are characterized by sharp fluctuations of air and soil temperature in both summer and winter periods, aridity and high content of readily soluble salts in soil with underlying slab of Sarmatian limestone. They determined the average phenodates of the main phenophases and the average duration of growth and development periods among apple varieties, and their variability was revealed. It was noted that generative organs are characterized by significantly lower variability than vegetative ones. In local conditions, there was a significant decrease in the fruiting period, the decrease of yield and the average weight of fruits. The most resistant and productive varieties were selected. The work was conducted on the grant project topic “Introduction of apple tree promising varieties into the culture in arid regions of Western Kazakhstan”.

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