4 edition of Critical temperatures for blossom buds found in the catalog.
Critical temperatures for blossom buds
James K. Ballard
by Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash
Written in English
|Statement||[by James K. Ballard, E.L. Proebsting and Ronald B. Tukey].|
|Series||Extension bulletin -- 1128.|
|Contributions||Tukey, Ronald B., Proebsting, E. L., Washington State University. Cooperative Extension.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet ( p.) :|
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As the trees begin growth in the spring the buds begin to swell and lose the ability to withstand cold temperatures. As the buds develop, warmer and warmer temperatures (still below freezing) can damage them.
The killing temperature is often called the critical temperature and is defined as the temperature that buds can withstand for a half-hour. I have posted two tables for the critical temperatures of tree fruit during development.
Tree Fruit Critical Temperatures is a table of common tree fruit with budstage names and the critical temperature ranges that will cause between 10 and 90 percent injury to the flower buds, all on one page. Temperatures in the mids are still expected to kill 10 percent of the buds, but in order to kill 90 percent, temperatures would have to drop into the mid-teens.
(Photo: J. van der Ploeg). Peonies (Paeonia spp.) love a chilly winter for their annual rest called dormancy. However, when awake in the spring and facing a late frost just before bloom time, peonies can lose their buds.
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Critical damage temperatures are often determined by placing excised branches in a cold chamber. In the chamber, the temperature is slowly lowered and held below a specific temperature for 30 minutes and later the branch is evaluated for the percentage damage to the buds, blossoms, fruit or nuts.
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