|Title:||寄接梨寒霜害防護方法||Other Titles:||Cold Damage Protection Techniques for Grafted-Pear||Authors:||李炳和
|Keywords:||寄接梨;寒霜害;防護措施;Grafted-pear;Cold damage;Protection techniques||Issue Date:||Oct-2003||Publisher:||農業試驗所；中華農業氣象學會||Related Publication(s):||農業氣象災害調查與防護技術||Start page/Pages:||93-103||Abstract:||
Grafted pear is one of the major fruits grown in Taiwan. Among the total planted area of about 10,000 ha, there are 6,000 ha in Taichung County. December and January are the coldest months in Taiwan and also the periods conducting grafting operation. The new buds and flowers could be severely damaged if strong cold air mass moved in during this period. In this paper, we discussed meteorological and topographical conditions favored for cold damages to occur. Heat transfer in the
field and potential mitigation methods were also analyzed through micrometeorological measurements. The effects, advantages and disadvantages of three protection methods were also discussed based on the experiments conducted in Donshi, Taichung County.
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