Critical input: chilling hours (part 3)

Written by Bas van den Ende

South African experience
In most areas where apples and pears are growing in South Africa, the trees do not get enough winter chill to break dormancy satisfactorily. This results in delayed foliation, a protracted bloom period and poor yields.

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