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The distribution of the most favorable temperatures for citrus flower induction in Israel
Year:
1992
Authors :
Erner, Yair
;
.
Volume :
36
Co-Authors:
Aron, R.H., Departments of Geography, Central Michigan University Mt. Pleasant, 48859, MI, United States
Gat, Z., Division of Agriculture Meteorology, Israel National Weather Service, Bet-Degan, 50-250, Israel
Lee, C.M.-S., Department of Mathematics, Central Michigan University Mt. Pleasant, 48859, MI, United States
Erner, Y.
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From page:
108
To page:
112
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Total pages:
5
)
Abstract:
In this study the distribution of optimum temperatures for the induction of citrus blossoms in Israel has been determined. The number of flowers that form on citrus plants grown in the subtropics is known to be affected by the temperatures to which the plants are exposed. However, too few records of hourly temperatures exist in Israel to make an estimate of the occurrence and/or distribution of temperatures beneficial for citrus flower induction, although maximum and minimum temperatures are widely recorded. Thus, a model derived from the hourly records could be applied to the stations recording only maximum and minimum temperatures. The average optimum temperature was mapped for citrus flower induction throughout Israel. © 1992 International Society of Biometeorology.
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DOI :
10.1007/BF01208921
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Database:
Scopus
Publication Type:
article
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Language:
English
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24718
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The distribution of the most favorable temperatures for citrus flower induction in Israel
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Aron, R.H., Departments of Geography, Central Michigan University Mt. Pleasant, 48859, MI, United States
Gat, Z., Division of Agriculture Meteorology, Israel National Weather Service, Bet-Degan, 50-250, Israel
Lee, C.M.-S., Department of Mathematics, Central Michigan University Mt. Pleasant, 48859, MI, United States
Erner, Y.
The distribution of the most favorable temperatures for citrus flower induction in Israel
In this study the distribution of optimum temperatures for the induction of citrus blossoms in Israel has been determined. The number of flowers that form on citrus plants grown in the subtropics is known to be affected by the temperatures to which the plants are exposed. However, too few records of hourly temperatures exist in Israel to make an estimate of the occurrence and/or distribution of temperatures beneficial for citrus flower induction, although maximum and minimum temperatures are widely recorded. Thus, a model derived from the hourly records could be applied to the stations recording only maximum and minimum temperatures. The average optimum temperature was mapped for citrus flower induction throughout Israel. © 1992 International Society of Biometeorology.
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