|Title:||溫度對檬果新梢開花結果之影響||Other Titles:||Temperature Effect on Flowering and Fruiting in the Irwin Mango (Mangifera indica L.)||Authors:||歐錫坤
|Issue Date:||8-Dec-1980||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Journal Volume:||29||Journal Issue:||4||Start page/Pages:||301-308||Source:||中華農業研究||Abstract:||
Temperature is one of the factors influencing flowering and fruiting in mango. After new shoots sprouting at the end of December, the two-year-old potted mango plants (Irwin/local variety), under controlled water supply, were divided into two groups on January 16th-one remained outside, another removed in to greenhouse. From late January, inflorescence appeared in the axil of new shoots. Up t o February 20th, the percentage of inflorescence emergence reached 90% in outdoors (temperature ranging between 11.9 and 18.8°C, with 14.5°C in average) compared to 40% in greenhouse (15.6~28.5°C, 19.3°C in average).
Thirty-six days after fruit set starting on March 12, the percentage of fruit set lowered to 25% in greenhouse (temperature ranging from 20.2 to 32.9°C with average of 24.7°C) in contrast to the 56% outdoors (17.7~24.8°C, 20.6°C in average). However, the growth and development of fruits were more rapid in greehouse.
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