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New foliar calcium treatments to improve shelf-life and quality of `Calanda' late season peach cultivars

AuthorsFernández, Victoria ; Díaz Simón, Azahara ; Río, Víctor del ; Blanco Braña, Álvaro ; Val Falcón, Jesús
Issue DateAug-2010
Citation28th International Horticultural Congress (Lisbon. Aug 22-27, 2010)
AbstractVitrescent dark spot is the main calcium-related physiological disorder observed in late season peach cultivars in the Ebro River Basin, Spain. This alteration implies the development of localized translucent and dark brown areas in the fruit mesocarp with no external symptoms to be seen until long after harvest. Late season peach cultivars are characterized by having a higher value and outstanding quality since they grow in bags, which are placed around them after fruit thinning.
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