ASPECTS REGARDING THE ROOT SYSTEM AND THE STEM GROWING AT THE ELBERTA PEACH VARIETY

Authors

  • Andi Ciobanu University of Craiova, Faculty of Agronomy

Abstract

As a consequence of the great productions of fruit that can result, of the special qualities and of the very complex chemical composition, the peach cultivation in our country has recently.
The researches were made during the years 2014-2016, within a peach plantation established in the year 2000, within a family garden. The biological material was the Elberta variety grafted on a seed rootstock and the trees were grown as a free palmette.
The Elberta peach variety has a good development both of the overground portion and of the root system, as it is divided on the entire lapse of depth which we have studied (0-100 cm) at 1 m from the trunk, while the roots are missing in the first lapse of depth (0-10 cm) at 2 m from the trunk.

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Published

2017-01-18

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Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies