Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Solonkin Andrey Valerievich

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Nizhnevolzhsky Research Institute of Agriculture
   

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RESULTS OF THE CHERRY BREEDING ON FRUIT QUALITY IN THE LOWER VOLGA REGION

abstract 1361802013 issue 136 pp. 146 – 156 28.02.2018 ru 158
In cherry breeding aimed to improve fruit quality, methods of intervarietal, interspecific and remote hybridization are often used. As a result of the conducted studies, new promising cherry varieties of different maturation period, developed in the conditions of the Lower Volga region by the method of remote ecologic-genetic hybridization using the best local varieties, were studied. The most effective crosses are those developed with use of high-quality cherry forms Zhukovskaya and Podbelskaya. According to the aggregate parameters of fruit quality (dry matter content, sugar-acid index), the following varieties were positively identified: Temnookrashennaya, Dubovochka, Lydia, Rozovaya, Lyubimitsa, Coloritnaya, Korneevskaya, Loznovskaya, Afina, Sharada, Lexema. The content of vitamin C - Temnookrashennaya, Lydia, Coloritnaya, Rozovaya, Lexema. Varieties Temnookrashennaya, Lydia, Coloritnaya, Rozovaya, Lexema are offered for use in the canning industry
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USE OF LOCAL AND NEW VARIETIES OF THE LOWER VOLGA IN THE SELECTION OF ADAPTIVE VARIETIES OF PLUM

abstract 1341710031 issue 134 pp. 368 – 378 29.12.2017 ru 272
In Nizhny-Volzhsky Agricultural Research Institute at Dubovskoye strong point, by hybridizing local varieties with southern varieties, and by using cultivated hybrids from free pollination, a number of plum varieties combining winter hardiness with high fruit quality have been introduced. The varieties Volgograd, Bogatyrskaya and Vengerka Korneevskaya are sorted, as well as a number of other local Volga varieties obtained by hybridization: Volga Blue, Summer Ternosly, Autumn Ternon with the most adaptive introduced varieties. These Volga varieties are donors of winter hardiness. The environmental conditions of the Lower Volga region contribute to the development of adaptive genotypes that combine winter hardiness with high fetal quality. The use of new varieties of plums obtained in the Lower Volga region, in crosses with the best varieties of plum, allows the creation of industrial varieties of this crop
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