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Course: General Pomology

Ioannis Papadakis
5
5
Compulsory
Undergraduate

Course description:

 

1.   Introduction. World and Greek production.

2.   The fruit tree and its parts (physiology and functions). Fruit bearing. Variety improvement. Dormancy. Flowering. Pollination and fruit set. Fruit growth. Thinning of fruits.

3.   Nutrition of fruit trees. Irrigation systems. Propagation. Rootstocks. Hormones and growth regulators. Crop maturity. Harvest.

4.   Orchard management (establishing and managing an orchard, soil and soil fertility, pruning and training of fruit trees). Frost protection.

 

Teaching aids: "General Pomology" by C.A. Pontikis

Examination: Oral or written

Eleni Tsantili
5
5
Compulsory
Undergraduate

Course description:

 

1.   Introduction. World and Greek production.

2.   The fruit tree and its parts (physiology and functions). Fruit bearing. Variety improvement. Dormancy. Flowering. Pollination and fruit set. Fruit growth. Thinning of fruits.

3.   Nutrition of fruit trees. Irrigation systems. Propagation. Rootstocks. Hormones and growth regulators. Crop maturity. Harvest.

4.   Orchard management (establishing and managing an orchard, soil and soil fertility, pruning and training of fruit trees). Frost protection.

 

Teaching aids: "General Pomology" by C.A. Pontikis

Examination: Oral or written

Petros Roussos
5
5
Compulsory
Undergraduate

Course description:

 

1.   Introduction. World and Greek production.

2.   The fruit tree and its parts (physiology and functions). Fruit bearing. Variety improvement. Dormancy. Flowering. Pollination and fruit set. Fruit growth. Thinning of fruits.

3.   Nutrition of fruit trees. Irrigation systems. Propagation. Rootstocks. Hormones and growth regulators. Crop maturity. Harvest.

4.   Orchard management (establishing and managing an orchard, soil and soil fertility, pruning and training of fruit trees). Frost protection.

 

Teaching aids: "General Pomology" by C.A. Pontikis

Examination: Oral or written