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The effects of drought and moist soil conditions in summer and autumn on changes in the acidity of Saisuraa fruits


, : The effects of drought and moist soil conditions in summer and autumn on changes in the acidity of Saisuraa fruits. J. Jap. Soc. hort. Sci, 39: 107-14. bibl. 16

In experiments with 4- and 5-year-old trees under summer drought conditions for 20 or 30 days the free acid/100 ml. juice was higher and the free acid content of the flesh was lower than in irrigated controls. Irrigation for 5 days after the drought period reversed the acid distribution. The change was more marked following an August than a September drought because acid concentration was already decreasing in August, when fruit enlargement was maximal.

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