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Articles by Hamdi Zenginbal
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  Hamdi Zenginbal
  The objective of this study was to determine the most suitable different kiwifruit cultivar grafting scions. In this study, Hayward seedling was used rootstock in the field conditions. Hayward, Bruno female and Matua, Tomuri male kiwifruit cultivars were used grafting scions. This study were whip grafting and chip budding used as grafting methods. The graftings were done 15 th May in 2002 and 2003. Bud take rate, bud sprouting rate, graft shoot diameter and shoot length were determined after grafting. According to the results of this trial that all cultivars and grafting types gave sufficient values for bud-take and sprouting success. The Bruno cv. gave the lowest results. Sufficient values for graft diameter and length shoot were obtained from all cultivars and grafting types. It can be concluded that among grafting types, whip graftings were superior than chip buddings and among cultivars, Matua and Tomuri were superior than the others in terms of graft shoot quality.
  Hamdi Zenginbal , Sezgin Uzun , Muharrem Ozcan and Taki Demir
  A total of 1000 leaves were selected randomly from five different Kiwifruit (Bruno, Hayward seedling, Matua, Tomuri and Hayward) plants that are widely grown in Rize-Turkey, were used in this research. Their lamina leaf width, length and area of the leaves were measured. The actual leaf areas were measured by PLACOM Digital Planimeter and multiple regression analysis with The Excell 7.0 was performed. The leaf area model developed for kiwifruit was LA = 124.56 - (18.3HL) - (14.68HC) + (0.416HL2) + [1.26H(LHW)] - [0.011H(L2HWHC)] + [0.23H(LHWHC)] - 0.18HW2) where LA is leaf area (cm2), L is leaf length (cm), W is leaf width (cm), C is Kiwifruit cultivars (1 Bruno, 2 Seedling, 3 Matua, 4 Tomuri, 5 Hayward). R2 value (0.97) and standard error were found to be significant at the p< 0.001 level.
  Hamdi Zenginbal , Muharrem Ozcan , Sezgin Uzun and Cuneyt Crak
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