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|標題:||Selection of New Grape Cultivars and Standardizing Fertilizer Management
The major objective of this study is to investigate the characteristics of growth and development of shoot and fruit of a seedless 'Kyoho' grapevine mutant, and to The major objective of this study is to investigate the characteristics of growth and development of shoot and fruit of a seedless 'Kyoho' grapevine mutant, and to develop a suitable field management system and evaluate the potential for commercial cultivation of this mutant. In addition, healthy plantlets of this mutant are propagated through tissue culture of shoot apex, and a healthy mother plant orchard will be established to supply further needs of healthy plantlets. Another aim of this study is to develop comprehensive grape fertilization programs with respecting to regional climate and soil charaters, and production goal, to improve fruit quality and uniformity. The main work in the 95 fiscal year is: 1. to examine the characteristics of growth and development of the mutant plant in the field; 2. to plant the tissue culture-propagated plantlets of the mutant in the healthy mother plant orchard; 3. to examine the calendar of appropriate fertilizer application.
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