Determination of yield and yield components of gooseberry (Physalis peruviana) grown in dry conditions

Gooseberry

Eray Tulukcu

Key words: Gooseberry, yield, yield compenents, dry conditions.

Abstract

This study was conducted in 2010 ā€“ 2011 in Konya Cumra Vocational High School trial area. Cumra is located in southern Konya which is at central Anatolia. Two kinds of fruit were obtained from gooseberry in the study (big and small). Big sized fruit weights with calyx were found 6,55 gr and fruit weights without calyx were found 6.32 gr in both trial years. The average yield per decare was 317 kg. In both trial years, first flowering was observed 30 days after plantation. Flowering proceeded until the end of harvest. Mature fruits were observed 60 days after flowering.

Read Full Article: Volume 2, Number 2, February 2012 ā€“ IJAAR

Published on: International Journal of Agronomy and Agricultural Research (IJAAR)

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