|Title:||北蕉和中華矮蕉品種性狀比較試驗||Other Titles:||Comparison of Some Economic Characters of the Cavendish Bananas Pei-Chiao and Dwarf Chinese||Authors:||戴邦本
|Issue Date:||7-Jun-1972||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Journal Volume:||21||Journal Issue:||2||Start page/Pages:||139-145||Source:||農業研究||Abstract:||
In the summer and fall months, typhoon often causes serious loss in the production of Taiwan banana, Pei-Chiao, a member of the Cavendish group. In these months, Pei-Chiao planted for fall harvesting is taller than the ones planted to be harvested in any other seasons. In order to minimize typhoon damage, Dwarf Chinese, a shorter Cavendish clone, may be considered as a substitution. The present study was designed to compare Dwarf Chinese with Pei-Chiao with respect to plant and bunch characters, yields, fruit quality, typhoon damage, storage life, and susceptibility to Anthracnose. The suckers of each clone were planted in a plot in a randomized block design with four replications to produce fruits for fall harvesting. Pei-Chiao was twice as tall as Dwarf Chinese when they were planted, and in both clones six hands were saved for each bunch.
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