Global Advanced Research Journal of Agricultural Science (GARJAS) ISSN: 2315-5094
April 2019 Vol. 8(4): pp. 159-165
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A research on pomological, morphological and phenological characteristics of local pear cultivars in Akoluk and Ozdil (Trabzon)

Turan Karadenız* and Tufan Uzunısmaıl 

Faculty of Agriculture and Naturla Science, Bolu Abant İzzet Baysal University, Bolu, Turkey.

*Corresponding Author's Email: turankaradeniz@hotmail.com

Accepted 22 April, 2019

 

Abstract

In this study, pomological, morphological and phenological characteristics of local pear cultivars grown in Akoluk and Ozdil towns of Trabzon province were investigated. In two years, samples were taken from 50 trees for this purpose in the area, and 13 of them were selected as superior quality. With this study, blooming and harvest dates, tree yield, crown width and height, fruit weight, ideal length of fruit, flower pit size, core house size, amount of sand, total soluble solid (TSS), pH, titratable acidity, color, taste, productivity and seed characteristics were recorded. Among the selected cultivars, Bardak has the highest values, with its fruits weight being 202.32 g with excellent flavor. In terms of titratable acidity, the highest value (0.44%) belongs to the Guz pear. Homsonpear is the other cultivar with the highest rate of TSS (17.2%). Its core house is small and it has more flesh thanThe Harsonabi pear. UzunZingilHamson pear has the lowest number of core pieces, 4.5, and its quality of flesh is superior to other pears.

Keywords: Pear, Trabzon, pomology, phenology, morphology.

 

 

 

 

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