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Effect of Weather Conditions on Fruit Characteristics and Yield of 'Sangjudungsi' Persimmon Cultivar in Sangju, Gyeongsangbuk-do
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Effect of Weather Conditions on Fruit Characteristics and Yield of 'Sangjudungsi' Persimmon Cultivar in Sangju, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Park, Yunmi; Kim, Mahn-Jo; Park, Sang-Byeong; Oh, Sung-Il;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to analyze the relationship between climate factors and fruit characteristics of 'Sangjudungsi' persimmon (Diospyros kaki THUNB) has been mainly cultivated in Sangju of Korea. We has been surveyed the yield and fruit characteristics such as fruit weight and soluble solids of 'Sangjudungsi' persimmon from 2010 to 2015 for five years. Also, as major meteorological factor, mean air temperature, cumulative temperature and days, the data of sunshine duration, diurnal range, and rainfall were collected from Sangju Regional Meteorological Administration. As result of that, the annual variation of fruit weight was affected by sunshine duration for April and October related starting point of fruit weight increase. The content of soluble solids was affected by sunshine duration for April and October similarly with fruit weight and was negatively correlated with the number of days with precipitation in the year. These results indicate the characteristics related to fruit quality like the above were affected by the sunshine duration and precipitation which is critical factor for the intensity of radiation during rapid growth period (April and October). Fruit number and yield per tree was commonly affected by mean air temperature of April and cumulative temperature days of October. These results also indicate that temperature for period of rapid growth stage of persimmon may have an important role in the fruit number and yield per tree.
 Keywords
Climate factor;Diospyros kaki THUNB;Fruit weight;Soluble solids;Yield;
 Language
Korean
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