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Course: Pomology (Deciduous Fruit and Nut Trees)

Petros Roussos
Ioannis Papadakis
5
6
Compulsory
Undergraduate

 

Course description:

 

1.   Stone fruits. Pomes. Nut crops. Miscellaneous fruit species. Origin and early development. Production. Description. Pollination. Propagation. Rootstocks. Varieties. Climatic and soil conditions.

2.   Planting the orchard. Soil management. Pruning. Fertilisation. Irrigation. Thinning of fruits. Fruit maturation, harvest and storage.

 

Teaching aids:"Tree Fruit Production" by C.A. Pontikis

Examination: Oral or written

Ioannis Papadakis
Petros Roussos
Ioannis Papadakis
5
6
Compulsory
Undergraduate

 

Course description:

 

1.   Stone fruits. Pomes. Nut crops. Miscellaneous fruit species. Origin and early development. Production. Description. Pollination. Propagation. Rootstocks. Varieties. Climatic and soil conditions.

2.   Planting the orchard. Soil management. Pruning. Fertilisation. Irrigation. Thinning of fruits. Fruit maturation, harvest and storage.

 

Teaching aids:"Tree Fruit Production" by C.A. Pontikis

Examination: Oral or written

Stavros Vemmos
Petros Roussos
Ioannis Papadakis
5
6
Compulsory
Undergraduate

 

Course description:

 

1.   Stone fruits. Pomes. Nut crops. Miscellaneous fruit species. Origin and early development. Production. Description. Pollination. Propagation. Rootstocks. Varieties. Climatic and soil conditions.

2.   Planting the orchard. Soil management. Pruning. Fertilisation. Irrigation. Thinning of fruits. Fruit maturation, harvest and storage.

 

Teaching aids:"Tree Fruit Production" by C.A. Pontikis

Examination: Oral or written

Petros Roussos
Petros Roussos
Ioannis Papadakis
5
6
Compulsory
Undergraduate

 

Course description:

 

1.   Stone fruits. Pomes. Nut crops. Miscellaneous fruit species. Origin and early development. Production. Description. Pollination. Propagation. Rootstocks. Varieties. Climatic and soil conditions.

2.   Planting the orchard. Soil management. Pruning. Fertilisation. Irrigation. Thinning of fruits. Fruit maturation, harvest and storage.

 

Teaching aids:"Tree Fruit Production" by C.A. Pontikis

Examination: Oral or written