|Title:||柑橘砧木之特性與栽培上的利用||Other Titles:||Characteristics of Citrus Rootstocks and Its Choice in Citriculture||Authors:||黃阿賢||Keywords:||柑橘;砧木;穗砧親和性;栽培利用;Citrus;Rootstock;Scion-rootstock compatibility;Choice in culture||Issue Date:||2000||Publisher:||臺灣園藝學會||Journal Volume:||46||Journal Issue:||2||Start page/Pages:||133-146||Source:||中國園藝||Abstract:||
Most citrus trees were propagated by grafting, and important citrus rootstocks included rough lemon, trifoliate, citrange, citrumelo, rangpur lime, cleopartra, macrophylla, sunki, sour orange, sweet lime, sweet orange, etc. The common phenomenon of nucellar embryony of citrus plant is of a great advantage to the use of rootstock in citriculture. Rootstock influences growth vigor, fruit quality, yield, environment adaptability, and susceptibility of soil-born, virus and virus-like diseases of the trees significantly. Also, compatibility varies among scieon-rootstock combinations. Choices of rootstock usually base on the consideration of cultural management, which is different from orchard to orchard. The choice of rootstock has become an important route for the increasing fruit quality and productivity in citriculture.
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