Vol. 20 No. 1-2 (2014)

Vegetative Indicators of sour cherry cultivars and resistant clons

Published April 22, 2014
B. Vaszily
Research and Extension Centre for Fruit Growing Vadastag 2, H-4244 Ujfeherto, Hungary


Vaszily, B. (2014). Vegetative Indicators of sour cherry cultivars and resistant clons. International Journal of Horticultural Science, 20(1-2), 55–58. https://doi.org/10.31421/IJHS/20/1-2/1117

Sour cherry is a hungaricum. Hungary has several excellent and self fertile sour cherry cultivars. Hungarian sour cherries have a name for fruit quality and they are suitable for fresh consumption. Today breeding is focused not only on fruit quality, but also on disease resistance. The new, investigated cultivars have these characteristics too. But growth characteristics are also very important because they contribute to successful production. The vegetative and generative properties of the cultivars are different. If a cultivar is very productive, the ignorance of cultivar-specific pruning may result in the decrease in tree condition and fruit quality. The properties of producing fruiting wood greatly determine the renewal capabilities of cultivars. Knowing these properties is essential in case of sour cherries, the fruit species that requires a lot of sunlight and tends to produce bare wood. The research of candidate cultivars until now focused on fruit quality. Our aim was to investigate the vegetative characteristics of the resistant ‘bosnyák’ cultivar group in detail, defining the growth characteristics of these cultivars.


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