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suitable for the soil and climatic conditions of Greece. Through these endeavors and specific crosses, a lateral-bearing cultivar has emerged with satisfactory characteristics: ‘Ourania’. This is a new walnut ( Juglans regia ) cultivar of Greek origin

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lateral bearing habit ( Fig. 1 ), and most of the buds are productive (60% to 80%). Vigor is intermediate. Yield in this cultivar is as high as ‘Chandler’ ( Supplemental Table 1 ). Nut size is medium and nut weight is 10.5 g, and the nut has a thin shell

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leafing date, low susceptibility to walnut blight ( Xanthomonas arboricola pv. juglandis ) (WB), and walnut husk fly ( Rhagoletis completa Cresson) (WHF), intermediate or lateral fruiting habit, and high-quality, medium-sized nuts with a smooth shell

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diameter, light shell and kernel color, smooth shell surface, at least 40% kernel ratio, good taste, no bitter flavor, and no aftertaste). Another five lateral bearing varieties (Milotai bőtermő, Milotai kései ® , Milotai intenzív, Bonifác ® , and

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removed by hedging (36 fruit per tree), and semispur- and tip-bearing cultivars had the least number of fruit removed (eight fruit per tree); spur-bearing cultivars were intermediate ( P < 0.001). Crab-bearing cultivars had the smallest fruit (4.1 cm) and

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. 1. A tree view of ‘Maraş 12’ at full-yield stage. The abundance of female flowers in ‘Maraş 12’ is heavy, and catkin abundance is intermediate. About 80% to 85% of the lateral buds turn out to be fruitful. ‘Maraş 12’ is generally harvested toward the

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). However, each cultivar has its own bearing habit, which will determine its suitability for different training systems ( Lespinasse and Lauri, 1996 ) and no system is optimum for all conditions ( Barritt, 1987 ). Because there are many different factors

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vigorous and intermediate in characteristics with a higher production of lateral branches than standard peach trees ( Grassell, 1974 ). Almond develops lateral branches similar to peach and perennial spurs ( Gradziel, 2002 ), although a great diversity of

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russeting is intermediate between ‘Bartlett’ and ‘Clapp's Favorite’ with most russeting being in the form of slightly prominent lenticel corking and occasional splotches of smooth tan russet. Overall appearance rated as well as ‘Bartlett’ and ‘Clapp

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April to October. Description Tree characteristics Vigor and growth habit. The vigor of ‘Shezifon’ trees upon grafting on ‘Marianna 2624’ rootstock is intermediate (similar to Japanese plum cultivar ‘Santa Rosa’). Untrained branches tend

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