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Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences
Year: 2007  |  Volume: 10  |  Issue: 8  |  Page No.: 1180 - 1184

The Past and Present Day of Kiwifruit (Actinidia deliciosa Planch.) Breeding in Pazar Watershed, Turkey

Turan Yuksek, Filiz Yuksek and Ercan Sutlu    

Abstract: In this study, the problems of kiwifruit breeding in Pazar watershed which is 37 km east of city of Rize were investigated with public survey and the results of public survey were presented in two periods (1996-2002, 2002-2006). According to the results of questionnarie of the year 2002; 57.7% of total kiwifruit producers started to establish kiwifruit garden to gain additional income and 62.02% of total kiwifruit gardens were established less then 1000 m2 area, 24.05% of total kiwifruit producers did not do any search about kiwifruit breeding, while 38.8% of total farmers met serious problems while planting and caring of kiwifruit seedling, harvesting and marketing werent serious problem. During the second period (2002-2006) the numbers of kiwifruit producers who wanted to additional income increased 5.26 percantage and in this period 66.66% of total kiwifruit gardens were established less then 1000 m2 area and they and 81.48% of total kiwi farmers obtained kiwifruit seedlings from public bazaar and 55.55% of total kiwifruit farmers did not to any kind of site preparation before they planting of kiwifruit seedlings. Agricultural activities are still being practiced because most people are socially and economically dependent on such activities in the area.

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