by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State Agricultural College in Corvallis, Ore .
Written in English
|Statement||[by Gordon G. Brown and Leroy Childs].|
|Series||Station bulletin / Oregon Agricultural College Experiment Station -- 239., Station bulletin (Oregon State Agricultural College. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 239.|
|Contributions||Childs, Leroy, 1888-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
By Gordon G. Brown and Leroy Childs, Published on 03/01/ Recommended Citation. Brown, Gordon G. and Childs, Leroy, "Pollination Study of the Anjou Pear in Hood River Valley" ().Author: Gordon G. Brown, Leroy Childs. You do not have access to any existing collections. You may create a new : Gordon G. Brown, Leroy Childs. Pollination study of the Anjou pear in Hood River Valley. By. Abstract. Topics: Pears--Pollen, Pears--Pollen--Oregon--Hood River Valley, Pears--Pollen. Publisher: Agricultural Experiment . Abstract. Published March Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension.
The research took place on a 5 acre block of year-old pear trees planted on a 3 × 6 m. spacing. The d'Anjou pear trees were interplanted with Bartlett and Bosc trees for pollination. The d'Anjou pears were thinned by hand to a given number of fruit . nia. Brown and C hilds () concluded that Anjou is self-sterile in the Hood River area of Oregon and recommended Bartlett, Faster, and Fall Butter as pollinizers. Kim () working in the Willamette Valley of Oregon found that Anjou is self-unfruitful andthat Bart-5 In Bartlett pears. 1, 7 SB Pollination study of the Anjou pear in Hood River Valley 4 photographs and 3 diagrams, including one oversize diagram Anjou blossoms; Bartlett; Anjou tree; planting arrangement. March . Septem Russeting took the polish off the Bartlett pear crop picked in August in Hood River County, but growers are hopeful for a hearty harvest of Anjous, starting this week.
Rogue River Valley of Oregon 9 Hood River Valley of Oregon 9 Valleys of central Washington 11 Pollination 19 Fruit set 21 Fruit thinning 22 The Anjou, the second most important commercial . PEAR POLLINATION CHART POLLEN SOURCE VARIETY Anjou Ayers Bartlett Bennent Bosc Clapp's Favorite Comice Conterence Flemish Beauty Highland Keifter Moonglow Orcas Pineapple Ret Bartlett . SB Pollination study of the Anjou pear in Hood River Valley 4 photographs and 3 diagrams, including one oversize diagram Anjou blossoms; Bartlett; Anjou tree; planting arrangement. Fruit conditions of unripened red and green d'Anjou Pears stored at 30° F. until December 6, The fruits of the newly discovered pear tree have firmness which was found to be similar to that of the Anjou parent, but the fruit pressure tested approximately 1 to 11/2 pounds greater than the fruits of the Red Anjou pear .