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Soil temperature, physiology, and growth of containerized Annona species
Author(s): M. Ojeda, B. Schaffer and F. S. Davies
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Scientia Horticulturae
Article Topic(s): Establishment methods
Research Setting(s): Greenhouse
Species Referenced: Annona glabra (Pond apple),
AbstractInvestigates the effect of soil temperature on the physiology of Annona glabra trees grafted on A. squamosa rootstock. In general, lower temperatures reduced growth. Annona glabra is best adapted to soil temperatures of 20-25 C.
Suggested CitationM. Ojeda, B. Schaffer and F. S. Davies. "Soil temperature, physiology, and growth of containerized Annona species." Scientia Horticulturae 102.2 (2004): 243-255.