nectarine tree

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variety or mutation of the peach bearing fruit with smooth skin and (usually) yellow flesh

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The nectarine tree that Moore examines in "Nine Nectarines and Other Porcelain" appears on a "much mended" Chinese plate, the product of the interpreting eye of a Chinese artist and a distinctly Eastern conception of nature.
However, it is important to highlight that 'Rubrosol' and 'Josefina' are two nectarine trees that produce small fruits and, therefore, low mass fruits, but whose fruits have reddish epidermis, and 'Josefina' has a high ratio of soluble solids and titratable acidity.
Feed large fan-trained peach and nectarine trees with a balanced fertiliser or blood, fish and bone ?
Effects of different potassium fertilizers on yield, fruit quality and nutritional status of 'Fairlane' nectarine trees and on soil fertility.
There were row upon row of laden nectarine trees, so heavy with fruit some nearly touched the ground.
A large area is devoted to currants - black, red and white - and there are apple, apricot, peach and nectarine trees. Quinces are on their way, destined for a souffl to accompany a summer tart.
4 Keep potted peach and nectarine trees in a cold greenhouse until later in spring.
Cut out unwanted shoots on fan-trained peach and nectarine trees.
Summer pruning of peach and nectarine trees is necessary only to remove dead or diseased wood, or to maintain design.
Apply copper fungicide to fight peach-leaf curl, which causes curled and reddened leaves on peach and nectarine trees. Spray when buds are swollen but not open; do not apply if rain is forecast.
Two years ago, CHP began managing four acres of peach, apple and nectarine trees at Cheney Orchards in Brimfield and last year began farming on another four acres at White's Farm, directly across the street from Brigham Hill.
Located in a warmer climatic region, Sao Paulo State contributes with around 10% planted area and 23% national production, presenting 21.5 t/ha/year mean productivity, as well as economic potential for the cultivation of peach and nectarine trees. The state has the early fruit harvest as its great advantage not only over the main Brazilian producing regions, but also over most countries located in the Southern Hemisphere, such as Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and South Africa (PEREIRA et al., 2002).
The place was fully booked, yet there was an air of having the place to yourself, thanks to its pretty orchard with grapevines and nectarine trees.
After leaves fall, spray peach and nectarine trees with copper sulfate to prevent peach-leaf curl, a fungal infection that reduces fruiting.
Spray peach and nectarine trees and bushes for peach leaf curl with the fungicide Vitax Bordeaux Mixture and repeat after 10 to 14 days.