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|Title:||'Tropical Sunki' mandarin and hybrid citrus rootstocks under 'Pera' sweet orange in cohesive soil and As climate without irrigation.|
|Authors:||RIBEIRO, L. de O.|
COSTA, D. P.
LEDO, C. A. da S.
CARVALHO, L. M. de
CARVALHO, H. W. L. de
SOARES FILHO, W. dos S.
GIRARDI, E. A.
|Affiliation:||LUCAS DE OLIVEIRA RIBEIRO, UFRB; DANILO PEREIRA COSTA; CARLOS ALBERTO DA SILVA LEDO, CNPMF; LUCIANA MARQUES DE CARVALHO, CPATC; HELIO WILSON LEMOS DE CARVALHO, CPATC; WALTER DOS SANTOS SOARES FILHO, CNPMF; EDUARDO AUGUSTO GIRARDI, CNPMF.|
|Citation:||Bragantia, Campinas,V. 80, e1321, 2021.|
|Description:||The search for alternative rootstocks to the ?Rangpur? lime tree is a challenge to the sustainability of citrus in the Tabuleiros Costeiros (Coastal Tablelands) of Northeastern Brazil. New varieties should meet high drought tolerance with water deficit, cohesive soils, resistance to citrus diseases and inducing high production of fruit. In this work, the performance of ?Pera? sweet orange was evaluated on ?Tropical Sunki? mandarin and 27 hybrid citrus rootstocks in Umbaúba, Sergipe. A local selection of the ?Rangpur? lime was the control. Planting was in 2013 at tree spacing of 6.0 × 3.0 m, without irrigation. Tree size, fruit yield and quality, tree survival rate and graft-compatibility were assessed until 2019. Experimental design was completely randomized blocks with 29 treatments, three replicates and four plants in the plot. Two selection indices were applied to the data to assist in decision making. The ?Tropical Sunki? mandarin induced similar cumulative fruit yield in relation to the ?Rangpur? lime, suggesting a good drought tolerance of the former rootstock. The TSKC × (LCR × TR) - 073 induced slightly lower productivity, compensated by higher productive efficiency and higher concentration of soluble solids, whereas LCR × TR - 001 and HTR - 166 were highly efficient dwarfing rootstocks. The multiplicative and the rank sum indices showed high correlation, both classifying ?Tropical Sunki? mandarin, ?Santa Cruz Rangpur? lime, LVK × LCR - 010 and - 038, HTR - 127, in addition to the three aforementioned hybrids, as superior to the local selection of ?Rangpur? lime.|
|Type of Material:||Artigo de periódico|
|Appears in Collections:||Artigo em periódico indexado (CNPMF)|