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GENETICS, BREEDING, STUDY OF VARIETIES
Kushnareva M.S. (2016): The assessment of apple varieties from the VNIISPK apple breeding program grown in a prostrate-shrubby form in the south of Western Siberia. Sovremennoe sadovodstvo – Contemporary horticulture, 3: 1-7. Available at: http://journal.vniispk.ru/pdf/2016/3/30.pdf (In Russian, English abstract).
In order to evaluate the best apple cultivars grown in a prostrate-shrubby form in the south of Western Siberia conditions, 22 apple cultivars of VNIISPK breeding have been studied. In severe winters the crowns of apple cultivars of VNIISPK breeding completely die above the line of snow cover. For the years of investigations the cultivars Yubilar (11.6 kg/tree) and Chistotel (10.0 kg/tree) were considered to be the best in yield. The studied apple cultivars showed high resistance to scab (leaves and fruits). An average content of sugars (from 6.0 up to 7.7%) was revealed in fruits. Fruits of the Bolotovskoe cultivar had an average acidity (0,5%). The following cultivars had a high sugar-acidic index: Bolotovskoye (15.4), Kandil Orlovskiy (10.3) and Orlovskaya Girlanda (10.1). The following cultivars had an average content of vitamin C: Kandil Orlovskiy (10.7 mg/100g), Orlovskiy Pioneer (11.3) Bolotovskoye (12.0), Kurnakovskoe (12.5) and Orlovskaya Girlanda (12.5 mg/100g). Bolotovskoe had the largest content of pectin in fruits (1.3%). The following cultivars had a high content of protopectin and the sum of pectin substances: Bolotovskoe (0.90 and 2.07% respectively) and Orlovskiy Pioneer (1.08 and 2.0% respectively).
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2. Sedov E.N., Krasova N.G., Zhdanov V.V., Dolmatov E.A., Mozhar N.V. (1999): Pome fruits (apple, pear, quince). In: E.N. Sedov, T.P. Ogoltsova (eds.) Program and methods of variety investigation of fruit, berry and nut crops. Orel, VNIISPK: 253-300 (In Russian).
3. Sedov E.N. (2011): Breeding and new apple varieties. Orel, VNIISPK. (In Russian).
Sedov E.N., Makarkina M.A., Sedysheva G.A., Ozherelieva Z.E., Serova Z.M. (2016): Priority trends and results in apple breeding. Sovremennoe sadovodstvo – Contemporary horticulture, 3: 8-17. Available at: http://journal.vniispk.ru/pdf/2016/3/31.pdf (In Russian, English abstract).
The results of the innovational trends in apple breeding that have been conducted in the All Russian Research Institute for Fruit Crop Breeding for many years are given in the list (breeding for scab immune, triploid and columnar apple varieties). The efficiency of these trends has been endorsed. The results of breeding are shown. The characteristics of new apple varieties for winter hardiness and biochemical composition of fruit are given.
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3. Kachalkin M. V. (2013): Apple of the 21 century. Moscow. (In Russian).
4. Kichina V. V. (2002): All about columnar type of apple trees. Moscow, VSTISP. (In Russian)
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8. Sedov E.N. (ed.) (1995): Program and methods of fruit, berry and nut crop breeding. Orel, VNIISPK. (In Russian).
9. Sedov E.N., Ogoltsova T.P. (eds.) (1999): Program and methods of variety investigation of fruit, berry and nut crops. Orel, VNIISPK. (In Russian).
10. Saveliev N.I., Savelieva I.N. (2009): Features of growth of columnar and apple varieties and forms relative to a genotype and rootstock. In: Proc. Int. Sci. Conf. The establishment of adaptive intensive orchards on dwarf intercalary stocks. Orel, VNIISPK: 114-117. (In Russian).
11. Savelieva N.N. (2016): Biological and genetic features of apple and breeding of scab immune and columnar cultvars. Michurinsk, VNIIGiSPR. (In Russian).
12. Sedov E. N. (2011): Breeding and new apple varieties. Orel, VNIISPK. (In Russian).
13. Sedov E.N., Korneeva S.A., Serova Z.M. (2013): Columnar apple trees in the intensive orchard. Orel, VNIISPK. (In Russian)
14. Sedov E.N., Sedysheva G.A., Serova Z.M., Gorbacheva N.G., Melnik S.A. (2013): Breeding assessment of heteroploid crosses in the development of triploid apple varieties. Vavilov Journal of Genetics and Breeding, 17(3): 499-508. (In Russian, English abstract).
15. Sedov E.N., Sedysheva G.A., Makarkina M.A., Levgerova N.S., Serova Z.M., Korneyeva S.A., Gorbacheva N.G., Salina E.S., Yanchuk T.V., Pikunova A.V., Ozherelieva Z.E. (2015): The innovations in apple genome modification opening new prospects in breeding. Orel, VNIISPK. (In Russian).
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17. Sedysheva G.A., Sedov E.N., Gorbacheva N.G., Z Serova.M., Ozherelieva Z.E. (2013): A new donor of breeding important traits suitable to create triploid, adaptive, high-quality apple varieties. Horticulture and viticulture, 1: 13-18. (In Russian, English abstract).
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Upadysheva G.Yu. (2016): Productivity and longevity of sour cherry trees of different variety-rootstock combinations. Sovremennoe sadovodstvo – Contemporary horticulture, 3: 18-21. Available at: http://journal.vniispk.ru/pdf/2016/3/32.pdf (In Russian, English abstract).
The analysis of the long-term data on productivity and logevity of cherry trees in the intensive orchard is given. The dependence of cherry tree durability on a variety and rootstock is shown. The most durable and productive combinations have been revealed: Volochaevka on Moskovia, Volochaevka on AVCh-2, Molodeznaya on Moskovia and Molodeznaya on Izmaylovskiy.
1. Dzhigadlo E.N. (2009): The improvement of breeding methods, the development of sour and sweet cherry cultivars and their rootstocks ecologically adapted to the conditions of the Central region of Russia. Orel, VNIISPK. (In Russian). 2. Enikeev Kh.K. (1973): Biological features and increase of cherry productivity in the Non-chernozem zone of Russian Federation. In: Increase of yield of sour and sweet cherry, Melitopol: 2-4. (In Russian). 3. Kolesnikova A.F., Kolesnikov A.I., Mukhanin V.G. (1986): Cherry. Moscow, Agropromizdat. (In Russian). 4. Revyakina N.T., Upadysheva G.Yu., Mikheev A.M. (2000): Clone rootstocks for intensive cherry orchards in the Non-chernozem zone of Russia. Moscow, VSTISP. (In Russian). 5. Upadysheva G.Yu., Revyakina N.T. (2001): The productivity analysis of cherry trees grafted on clone rootstocks. Pomiculture and small fruits culture in Russia, 8: 204-211. (In Russian). 6. Upadysheva G.Yu. (2013): Fruiting stability of cherry grown on clone rootstocks. Horticulture and viticulture, 3: 35-38. (In Russian, English abstract).
BIOLOGY, ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY OF FRUIT CROPS
Kanshina M.V. (2016): Impact of warm winters on cherry’s variety state. Sovremennoe sadovodstvo – Contemporary horticulture, 3: 22-26. Available at: http://journal.vniispk.ru/pdf/2016/3/33.pdf (In Russian, English abstract).
An increased temperature regime during autumn-and-winter period doesn’t promote tempering of cherrys plants and their rest period starting. Low water-holding capacities of this crop, water deficiency result in stress condition of plants and in branches drying and death. Cherrys varieties have been estimated for branches drying intensity and yield after anomalous warm winter 2014–2015. Analysis of 27 breeding lines on branches drying and trees condition has shown that cherry was damaged significantly. Vars. 3-1-11, Mtsenskaya, Lada, Seyanets Lyubskoy, Vostorg, Sevastoppolskaya, Donetskiy velikan have very strong branches drying. Their branches death ranged in 4.0–4.7 points. Vars. Igritskaya, Radonezh, 2-12-11, 3-1-20 are in the group of the most resistant ones (branches drying less than 1 point). Vars. Kisilovaya, Morel bryanskaya, 28-7-17 have rather stronger branches drying (to 2 points). The most important criterion of adaptivity is the trees ability to restore damaged trees parts. Vars. Igritskaya, 2-12-11, Morel bryanskaya, 3-1-20 restored good crown. Their trees state was estimated as 3.6–5.0 points. Vars. Radonezh, Kisilovaya, Amasonka, Spanka bryanskaya have the satisfactory condition to the end of vegetation (3.0–3.2 points). Among the varieties with strong branches drying donetskiy var. Tchhudo vishnya and Novinka have well restored. Flower buds are well preserved but in spite of this cherry bear poor.
Vars. Zastentchivaya, Soyusnaya, Igritskaya, Spanka bryanskaya, 2-12-11, Bryanskii talisman, 3-1-20 have the highest yield.
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Sidorova I.A., Salina E.S., Levgerova N.S. (2016): Ñalcium content in fruit of different apple varieties as a technological index of raw material for processing. Sovremennoe sadovodstvo – Contemporary horticulture, 3: 27-32. Available at: http://journal.vniispk.ru/pdf/2016/3/34.pdf (In Russian, English abstract).
The behaviour of calcium content in apples and its influence on the juice output is studied. Eleven apple varieties from the VNIISPK breeding program have been studied. Antonovka Obyknovennaya served as a control. In 2013 the juice output as well as the content of calcium were lower than in 2012. The lowest calcium content have been characterized by a control Antonovka Obyknovennaya
(5.9–6.7 mg/100g) and Svezhest (5.2–6.7 mg/100g) during the years of the study. The highest calcium content have been characterized by varieties Zarianka, Imrus and Pamiaty Khitrovo (till the 10.5 mg/100g). It is shown that the calcium content in fruit is an index that depends upon the weather conditions as well as varietal features. This influence on the juice output is different for different varieties. Juice output decreases with increasing calcium content in the fruits of the varieties Rozhdestvenskoye, Venyaminovskoe, Imrus and it increases in the fruits of the varieties Svezhest, Kandil Orlowski, Yubilar, Bolotovskoye.
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NURSERY AND AN AGROTECHNICS OF FRUIT CROPS
Gruner L.A., Kuleshova O.V. (2016): The influence of TUR retardant (chlorcholinchlorid) on the morphometric indices of blackberry canes and its potential productivity. Sovremennoe sadovodstvo – Contemporary horticulture, 3: 33-37. Available at: http://journal.vniispk.ru/pdf/2016/3/35.pdf (In Russian, English abstract).
The influence of TUR retardant on the level of branching of annual canes, length of lateral offshoots and length of internodes in the middle part of blackberry canes was studied. The treatment with 0.1% retardant solution was made three times during the period of the most intensive growth of canes of three types of blackberry: erect (‘Erie’), trailing (‘Thornfree’) and semi-erect (seedling of ‘Black Satin’). Measures were carried out during the growth completing (August). The preparation had the greatest effect upon the density of node location in the middle part of shoots (and therefore upon the potential productivity) in trailing and semi-erect blackberry types with actively growing shoots. During the both years of study the average length of lateral shoots under the TUR effect either positevely decreased, or had such tendency in all studied genotypes. The level of branching of annual shoots was different by years of study and did not show stable dependence on the retardant effect.
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Petrova A.D., Upadyshev M.T., Metlitskaya K.V. (2016): Studying of optimum term of utilization apple-trees nuclear stock plantation. Sovremennoe sadovodstvo – Contemporary horticulture, 3: 38-42. Available at: http://journal.vniispk.ru/pdf/2016/3/36.pdf (In Russian, English abstract).
Long-term data on testing a basic apple-tree nursery are presented. During the first 10 years of operation the virus infection was absent, and only then a slow increase of the infection subsequently began. Visible symptoms of a virus infection were absent. The first cases of tree contamination were by viruses of apple chlorotic leaf spot (ACLSV) and apple mosaic (ApMV). The contamination by virus ACLSV occurred faster than by the rest latent viruses. In 14 years of operation the virus of apple chlorotic leaf spot (ACLSV) was found out in 27% of trees, the apple stem grooving virus (ASGV) – in 9.5%, ASPV - in 4.1% and ApMV – in 7.0%. 32% of trees were infected by complex infection. Till now active natural carriers of latent viruses have not been revealed, therefore, we assume, that the infection has occurred as a result of agrotechnical works.
It has been confirmed, that an admissible term of basic apple nursery operation makes 10 years. It is necessary to conduct annual retesting of basic plants with removing the infected trees as well as estimation of their phytosanitory condition in order to increase the term of nursery operation.
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Postolenko L.V. (2016): Influence mulching and irrigation of soil on population density by synanthedon tipuliformis and defeat of planting of black currant diseases. Sovremennoe sadovodstvo – Contemporary horticulture, 3: 43-53. Available at: (In Russian, English abstract).
The results of black currant plantings damage by pests and diseases and the use of mulching materials and drip irrigation to hold the soil in bands are given. The assessment of black currant damage by powdery mildew, anthracnose and clearwing depending on the ways of keeping the soil is given.
As a result of studying the influence of mulching variants (agrofibre, film, sawdust, straw, pine needles) and irrigation on phytophages occupancy and damage by diseases, it was found that most lesions of powdery mildew were observed on irrigation in promising hybrid form ¹ 1060 (Pegas) in control: on the film, sawdust and straw – 20%, which was 5% less than the degree of destruction without irrigation, which could be explained by the fact that the plants were sufficiently provided with moisture and were more resistant to disease lesions.
High levels of anthracnose lesions were revealed in the summer with frequent rains in 2014 and 2015.
The intensity of anthracnose lesions on black currant plants without irrigation was 0–1% in 2010–2012, and 15–20% in 2013–2015. The intensity of anthracnose lesions on irrigated plants was 0–1% in 2010–2012 and 1–20% IN 2013–2015.
The black currant variety ‘Melodia’ in a control variant and the promising hybrid ¹ 1060 (Pegas) were mostly damaged – 20%.
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Emelyanova O.Yu. (2016): For method of complex assessment of woody plants decorativeness. Sovremennoe sadovodstvo – Contemporary horticulture, 3: 54-74. Available at: http://journal.vniispk.ru/pdf/2016/3/38.pdf (In Russian, English abstract).
To create harmonious landscape compositions we use plants with a specific complex of decorative qualities, which vary due to the age and seasonal development of plants. On the basis of published data and our own long-term observations (1999–2016) and taking into account the dynamics of decorative qualities, a universal method of complex assessment of woody plants decorativeness, scale of gradation characteristics and coefficients of the importance have been developed. The assessment is made on a monthly basis by six criteria on a 5-point scale. Based on the assessment charts are built, on which the degree of variability of decorativeness of species (varieties) throughout the year is clearly visible. Such graphs are conveniently used at drawing up of landscape groups for various purposes to ensure their decorative effect throughout the year or during a certain period. The summation of monthly assessments of the decorativeness degree gives the total annual assessment, which can be used when we compare the overall degree of decorativeness of species, forms or varieties with each other. To monitor the age variability of the degree of decorativeness of woody plants it is recommended to repeat the comprehensive assessment once every 5 years.
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The comprehensive study of introduced woody plants for increase of diversity of species and their use in landscape building is an important function of arboretums. Currently in the arboretum of VNIISPK 288 species of wild plants are grown. North-American woody plants can be widely used not only at the locations of natural growing, but also in conditions of introduction. The evaluation of prospects of these species has a great significance for their wide distribution and introduction into the culture. From 2013 to 2015 the prospect of 8 species of North-American leaf-bearing trees and bushes grown in the VNIISPK arboretum was evaluated according to the modificated E.A. Kuchinskaya scale by means of determining the coefficient of prospect taking into account the winter hardiness, general condition of plants, resistance to diseases and pests, blooming and fruiting rate and decorativeness. The lack of fruitng, low resistance to pests and diseases and poor decorativeness influenced upon the reduce of prospects of individual species under our conditions. As a result of studies Ptelea trifoliata L, Juglans rupestris Engelm, Quercus rubra, Quercus macrocarpa Michx, Berberis ottawiensis f. purpurea Schneid. demonstrated the highest indices. Sorbus americana Marsch, Acer rubrum L., Acer saccharinum L. occurred to be less promising and required further study.
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