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نویسنده: مهندس علیرضا شعاعی   طبقه بندی: میوه کاری، باغداری، 

  • Figure 1 First Year of Planting. after Planting, When the Leader Grows to a Height of 70 - 80 CM, It Back Cut to a Height of 30 - 40 CM Above the Ground, and Remove the Side Shoots

Figure 1 First Year of Planting. after Planting, When the Leader Grows to a Height of 70 - 80 CM, It Back Cut to a Height of 30 - 40 CM Above the Ground, and Remove the Side Shoots

  • Figure 2 Second Year. Keep Branches No. 1, 2 and 3, Which Will Grow into Scaffold Branches. Pinch the Ends of Branches No. 4, 5 and 6, Which Should Be Cut off in the Next Two Years.

    Figure 2 Second Year. Keep Branches No. 1, 2 and 3, Which Will Grow into Scaffold Branches. Pinch the Ends of Branches No. 4, 5 and 6, Which Should Be Cut off in the Next Two Years.

  • Figure 3 Third Year. Remove Branches No. 5 and 6.

    Figure 3 Third Year. Remove Branches No. 5 and 6.

  • Figure 4 Fourth Year. Remove Branch No. 4. Looking down on the Trees, the Angle between Scalffolds Should Be around 120o. the Vertical Distance between Scaffolds Should Be 20 - 30 CM.

    Figure 4 Fourth Year. Remove Branch No. 4. Looking down on the Trees, the Angle between Scalffolds Should Be around 120o. the Vertical Distance between Scaffolds Should Be 20 - 30 CM.

  • Figure 5 Arrangement of Tree Parts of a Typical Open-Center Training System

    Figure 5 Arrangement of Tree Parts of a Typical Open-Center Training System

  • Figure 6 Undesirable Branches and Shoots

    Figure 6 Undesirable Branches and Shoots

  • Figure 7 Heading Back: Shorten Long Shoots, Side Branches, and Secondary Branches

    Figure 7 Heading Back: Shorten Long Shoots, Side Branches, and Secondary Branches

  • Figure 8 Thinning Out

    Figure 8 Thinning Out

  • Figure 9 Branches and Shoots Remaining after Pruning

    Figure 9 Branches and Shoots Remaining after Pruning

  • Figure 10 Pruning of Side Branches

    Figure 10 Pruning of Side Branches

  • Figure 11 Old Tree before Pruning.

    Figure 11 Old Tree before Pruning.

  • Figure 12 The Tree Form after Pruning

    Figure 12 The Tree Form after Pruning

  • Figure 13 The Short Heavy Lines Mark the Positions of the Cuts Made at the Second Winter-Spring Pruning

    Figure 13 The Short Heavy Lines Mark the Positions of the Cuts Made at the Second Winter-Spring Pruning

  • Figure 14 Tree Shape after the Second Year's Pruning. the Short, Heavy Lines Mark the Positions of the Cuts to Be Made the Following Year

    Figure 14 Tree Shape after the Second Year's Pruning. the Short, Heavy Lines Mark the Positions of the Cuts to Be Made the Following Year

  • Figure 15 Tree Shape after the Third Year's Pruning. the Short, Heavy Lines Mark the Position of the Cuts to Be Made the Following Year

    Figure 15 Tree Shape after the Third Year's Pruning. the Short, Heavy Lines Mark the Position of the Cuts to Be Made the Following Year

  • Figure 16 Tree Shape before and after Rejuvenation Pruning

    Figure 16 Tree Shape before and after Rejuvenation Pruning

  • Figure 17 A Well-Shaped Citrus Tree

    Figure 17 A Well-Shaped Citrus Tree

  • Figure 18 Showing Growers the Right Way to Prune

    Figure 18 Showing Growers the Right Way to Prune

  • Figure 19 (Left) a Badly Pruned Tree, with Poor Fruit Set on the Lower Branches. the Upper Branches Have Almost No Fruit at All

    Figure 19 (Left) a Badly Pruned Tree, with Poor Fruit Set on the Lower Branches. the Upper Branches Have Almost No Fruit at All

     
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