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Biological and biochemical characteristics of blueberry 11. blueberry restoration after fire

, : Biological and biochemical characteristics of blueberry 11. blueberry restoration after fire. Lietuvos TSR Mokslu Akademijos Darbai Serija C Biologijos Mokslai (3): 23-31

Blueberry, Vaccinium vitis-idaea, growth and development after a fire were studied in the Lithuanian SSR, USSR in 1974-1977. Thick blueberry shoots appeared in the 1st yr after the fire. Most of the shoots began to branch out. Flowering started in the 2nd yr, was most intense in the 3rd yr, but in the 4th yr it decreased. Blueberry restored in 3-4 yr. The measuring of biometrical indices showed that, after a fire, partial blueberry bushes reached a smaller height than before fire, but they were more branched. The structure and biometrical indices of partial bushes, for the most part, were determined by conditions not depending on the fire.


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