budbreak


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budbreak

[′bəd‚brāk]
(botany)
Initiation of growth from a bud.
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June] is an estimate of their nutrient content at budbreak calculated as the product of [B.
Walnuts may be an option given that budbreak typically occurs in late April.
In the production cycle of 2009/10 and 2010/11, the phenological stages (early budbreak, and duration of blooming and harvest) were evaluated from after the pruning, on April the first for the redberry plants and July the fifth for the blackberry cultivars, until the end of the harvest.
High soil moisture will keep the root zone cool, so in a wet year budbreak will be delayed more than in a dry year.
In such areas, the chilling requirement for budbreak are not fulfilled, leading to a late leafing, reduced and no regular sprouting and, consequently, decrease in yield, causing significant economic loses.
Effect of the entire whitewashing and TDZ application on budbreak, yield and quality of apple cv.
1979, Influence of root temperature and rootstock on budbreak, shoot growth, and fruit composition of Cabemet Sauvignon grapevines grown under controlled conditions: American Journal of Enology and Viticulture, v.
High soil moisture will keep the root zone cool so in a wet year budbreak will be delayed more than in a dry year.
In 27-yr-old black alder and Scots pine plantations the short-root sampling was carried out before budbreak (April), in mid-summer (June-July), and after fall (November) 2004.
Hydrogen cyanamide * is used in agriculture as a plant growth regulator and is applied to many deciduous plants to stimulate uniform budbreak after dormancy, resulting in uniform flowering and maturity.