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EFFECT OF FRUIT-TO-LEAF AREA RATIO ON FRUIT QUALITY AND VEGETATIVE GROWTH OF 'BING' SWEET CHERRY TREES AT OPTIMAL LEAF AREA INDEX
Fruit yield and quality determine grower income from commercial sweet cherry orchards. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of Fruit Number to Leaf Area Ratio (FNLAR, fruit m -2 LA) on Mean Fruit Weight (MFW), firmness (F), soluble solids content (SSC), titratable acidity (TA) and SSC:TA ratio of 'Bing' sweet cherries trees of near-optimal leaf area index (LAI). The effect of FNLAR on Mean Shoot Growth (MSG) and trunk cross-sectional area increment (TCSAI) also was analyseddoi:10.17660/actahortic.2008.795.107 fatcat:h7uluv7xtzh53jb5r7gmofk3he