An inexpensive mode to recover unsold rooted hazelnut suckers.

Alessandro Roversi, Gian Luca Malvicini

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Abstract

At the end of 2007, due to a really scarce hazelnut plants demand, a nurseryman took the decision of not digging out a lot of coppices prepared in July, the same year. At the ringing time, some experimental theses such as IBAK, Hydroretenteur and both, were applied to these coppices. After one vegetative season, i.e., from July to December 2007, the rooted suckers were not dug out and they remained untouched in the same place of the nursery. In November 2008, after 2 vegetative seasons, the rooted suckers were dug out and before selling them, some quality parameters were measured. As expected, the quality was better than the quality obtained(as usual) from similar coppices after only one vegetative season. In fact, the rooted suckers obtained from coppices after 2 vegetative seasons show collar diameters over 25 mm and heights over 200 cm. This kind of strong plants is highly appreciated by the local growers.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)40-41
Numero di pagine2
RivistaNUCIS NEWSLETTER
Volume2011
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2011

Keywords

  • hazelnut propagation
  • propagazione nocciolo
  • qualità polloni
  • rooted suckers

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