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Effect of temperature on the citrus crop

Z. Gat

Effect of temperature on the citrus crop

by Z. Gat

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Published by Secretariat of the World Meteorological Organization in Geneva, Switzerland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Citrus -- Effect of temperature on.,
  • Citrus -- Climatic factors.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementZ. Gat, Y. Erner, E.E. Goldschmidt.
    SeriesWMO ;, no. 840, Technical note ;, no. 198, WMO (Series) ;, no. 840., Technical note (World Meteorological Organization) ;, no. 198.
    ContributionsErner, Yair., Goldschmidt, Eliezer E., World Meteorological Organization.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC851 .W6445 no. 198, SB369 .W6445 no. 198
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 27 p. :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL494522M
    ISBN 109263108404
    LC Control Number98227482

    In citrus the fruit maturity and quality is influenced by temperature. The temperature variations and severity of winter and frost and hot summers affect the plant growth and productivity. Temperature may fall as low as 0°C or even less in winter and may go as high as 48°C in North Indian plains.   Abstract. Temperature is one of the most important factors affecting fruit coloration. Because of recent effects of global warming, inferior coloration has become a serious problem in many fruits, especially those for which coloration is important for the commercial appearance and value, such as grapes, apples, citrus fruits, and by: 6.

    reasonably good cultural and crop protection practices, climate is the most important of the clfmate-soil-cul~ure coaplex causing differences in growth, yield, and fruit qualities among commercial citrus producing areas. Studies were conducted to determine the effect of different storage temperatures (5, 15, 20 and 25°C) on the flavour of Late Frost orange cv. Valencia stored for up to one month (following a pre-experimental 2 month storage period at 5°C). Samples were instrumentally analysed every week for titratable acidity, soluble solid content, maturity index and ethanol and acetaldehyde by:

      Adverse effects of high temperature on cereal crops vary with the timing, duration, and sternness of the heat stress (Fahad et al., b). High temperature stress reduced number of spikes and number of florets per plant in rice and seed-set in sorghum was also negatively affected under similar conditions (Prasad et al., ; Fahad et al Cited by: The results of our study suggested that the small effects on soil water and temperature changes created by surface mulch had limited impact on citrus fruit yield in a normal year (e.g., in ). However, SM practices can positively impact citrus fruit yield in extreme weather by:


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Effect of temperature on the citrus crop by Z. Gat Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gat, Z. Effect of temperature on the citrus crop. Geneva, Switzerland: Secretariat of the World Meteorological Organization, Published by: WMO ; Temperature is the most important climatic determinant of citriculture. Citrus trees are threatened by frost and freeze hazards as well as by high temperatures.

This report is mainly confined to temperature effects on citrus crop and includes a list of a wide range of references. Effect of High Temperature on Crop Productivity and Metabolism of Macro Molecules presents a comprehensive overview on the direct effect of temperatures defined as high, a definition which increasingly includes a great number of geographic regions.

As temperature impacts the number of base growth days, it is necessary to adapt plant selection, strategize planting times,Author: Amitav Bhattacharya.

Effect of High Temperature on Crop Productivity and Metabolism of Macro Molecules presents a comprehensive overview on the direct effect of temperatures defined as "high", a definition which increasingly includes a great number of geographic regions. As temperature impacts the number of base growth days, it is necessary to adapt plant selection, strategize planting times, and understand the.

Each crop species has its own range of temperature maxima and minima at different developmental stages beyond which all these processes are inhibited. The reproductive stage is on the whole more sensitive to heat stress, resulting in impaired fertilization, causing abortion of flowers.

The effect of environments under protected cultivation on the growth and the fruit quality of citrus. Influence of air temperature, relative humidity and sunlight until end of June drop on Author: Keiko Sato.

of the impacts of temperature change on crop production at regional level. The impacts of mean T on crop production were represented in some crop models by growing degree days (GDD).

However, the effect of extreme Ts on crop production is lacking in many models which may bias the projection of the impacts of climate 0 10 20 30 40 Citrus fruit production and quality are influenced by many factors, including climatic conditions and produc-tion practices.

In subtropical climates, the temperature usually falls below 70°F for several months dur-ing winter. This period of cool temperatures causes growth to cease and citrus trees to become dormant for about three months.

However, the effect of an increase in temperature was greater in humid areas (e.g., Sao Paulo) where an increase in average temperature by 1 °C will result on average in an 8% increase of IRR.

The effect of temperature was smaller in Riverside and Riverland where an average increase of IRR by 3% is projected due to an increase in average temperature by 1 ° by: 6.

An extensive discussion of additional aspects of fruit development and maturation may be found in Spiegel-Roy and Goldschmidt (). Temperature is the most important environmental factor affecting the citrus crop (Gat et al., in press) and, as such, must File Size: KB.

Received: 23 July, Accepted: 15 October, Invited Review Tree and Forestry Science and Biotechnology © Global Science Books Diseases and Pests of Citrus (Citrus spp.) Paula F. Tennant1,2* •Dwight Robinson1 Latanya Fisher2 • Stacy-Marie Bennett1 • Dave Hutton1 • Phyllis Coates-Beckford1 • Wayne Mc Laughlin3 1 Department of Life Sciences, The University of the West File Size: 1MB.

UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS SOILS, PLANT GROWTH AND CROP PRODUCTION ‐ ‐The World Citrus Industry - Thomas H. Spreen ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) THE WORLD CITRUS INDUSTRY Thomas H. Spreen Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA.

Citrus is the most extensively produced tree fruit crop in the world. There are two clearly differentiated markets: the fresh fruit and the processed juice g: temperature. EFFECT OF FRUIT SIZE AND TEMPERATURE ON THE SHELF LIFE AND QUALITY OF RIPE BANANA FRUIT Saeed Ahmad*, Mohammad Akram Nasir*, Zahid Hussain* Banana is an important fruit crop in the world.

It significantly more than deciduous or citrus fruits (Robinson, ).File Size: 66KB. This chronic effect of high temperature differs significantly from the acute effect of short-term temperature events, because seasonal temperature effects are mostly a result of effects on crop development.

For most grain crops, there is much greater genotypic variation in thermal requirements for vegetative than for reproductive development. increase as biomass levels increased.

Further studies on the effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on crop yields and herbicide efficacy are required to diminish the uncertainties in the economic analysis. If effects of climate change on crop/weed competition and herbicide efficacy are common, they will have a significant impact on Size: 1MB.

crop, relationships between crop ion (ETcrop) and reference crop evapotranspiration (ETo) are given in Part I. 2 for different crops, stages of growth, length of growing season and prevailing climatic conditions. The effect of local conditions on crop water requirements is File Size: 2MB. Gat, Z, Erner Y and Goldschmidt EE.

The effect of temperature on the Citrus crop. World Meteorological Organization. Technical note No.27 pp. Goldschmidt, EE. Basic and practical aspects of citrus trees’ carbohydrate economy. In: S.H. Futch and W.J. Kender (eds.) Citrus Flowering and Fruiting Short :Jerusalem. Citrus fruits, on the other hand, easily freeze at 26 to 28 degrees F, especially when these temperatures last for several hours.

How is the cold weather affecting citrus crops. Posted on Febru by WeatherGuys Editor Last week was one of the coldest of the season in the southeast United States and such events have been known to present a substantial threat to the citrus industry in Florida.

Main effects of fruit juice, storage temperature and time on the physicochemical and bioactive properties of roselle-fruit juice blends during storage. Reducing sugars Sugars are one of the most important constituents of fruit products, essential for and also act as a natural food preservative (Bhardwaj and Pandey ).Cited by:   For every degree Celsius that the Earth warms, corn yields will go down an average of percent, according to the study, which focused on the effects of rising temperatures and did not directly.

Climatic variables temperature as well as rainfall has very harmful effect on the production of citrus fruit. These result shows that there can be severe repercussion in Pakistan's horticulture. This sector of the economy shows a very negative effect put by climatic variables that are due to the variation in rainfall as well as temperature.