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Studies on the origin of Jonathan spot


, : Studies on the origin of Jonathan spot. Kertgazdasag 5(4): 17-26

Effects of fruit colour and shape, locality, dry-matter content and other factors upon the occurrence of Jonathan spot in clones belonging to three main types were studied. Clones with slightly flattened fruits were more affected than others, and those with the hardest skin remained free from spotting. Of six pollinating varieties used, Teli aranyparmen (Winter Golden Pearmain) and Cox narancs renet gave fruits with the least spotting.

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