Treatments to Increase the Final Fruit Size on Satsuma "Clausellina"
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Cita bibliográficaZaragoza, S., Trenor, I., Alonso, E., Primo-Millo, E. & Agustí, M. (1992). Treatments to increase the final fruit size on Satsuma'Clausellina'. In: Proceedings of the International Society of Citriculture, Vol. 2, 725-728.
In order to determine the best treatments to increase the final size of the fruits of the satsuma “Clausellina” [Citrus unshiu (Mak.) Marc.], the following experiments have been conducted: 1. Hand-thinning: Two degrees of thinning: 33 % and 66 % of flowers-frults present, in four periods, between flowering and ripening. 2. Pruning: Removing 30 % and 50 % of the canopy in three periods between flowering and summer. 3. Chemical products: Applications of several growth regulators after June drop. The effects of these treatments on fruit size and yield will be presented and discussed.