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Accordingly, almond orchards are planned and managed to improve relative fruit set by planting pollinizer rows on either side of the main cultivar rows to increase availability of compatible pollen (Dag et al.
Caricaceae Papaya Carica papaya Anacardiaceae Mango Mangifera indica Table 18-4 Nut Trees Family Common name Scientific name Rosaceae Almond Prunus amygdalus Juglandaceae English Walnut Juglans regia Pecan Carya illinoensis Betulaceae Filbert Corylus avellana Proteaceae Macadamia Macadamia ternifolia Table 18-5 Fruit and Nut Tree Production Guidelines Space per trees Pollinizer Approx.
Pollinizer trees must be selected not only for their ability to pollinate another cultivar, but also for overlap of bloom times.
pollination time, flowering period of male palm pollinizer, pollen source and quality, male-female compatibility, female flower receptivity and environmental factors like temperature, rain and wind.
Thus, besides pollinators they need a good pollinizer cultivar, which means a cultivar compatible with the commercial cultivar, with coincident blooming period, and that produces pollen in abundance, bloom regularly and preferably produce fruits of commercial value (CARVALHO; RASEIRA, 1989).
High occurrence in "0900 Ziraat" and its pollinizer "Starks Gold" might have been the result of their genetic differences from the other cultivars.
Fruit weight in apple as influenced by seed number and pollinizer.
Varieties are sometimes classified by the day of peak bloom in the average 30-day blossom period, with pollinizers selected from varieties within a 6-day overlap period.
Top working method and bloom density of pollinizers as productive determinant for spur type apple (Malus x domestica Borkh.
Pollen will be collected from the pollinizers section and applied daily from early morning to about 9.
There was also fluctuation at the time of pollination as the pollinizers (variety of trees used to enhance pollination) flowered before the other varieties of apples affecting the pollination.