There are 300-1500 flowers in the grape inflorescence, and most of the flowers are dropped in the fruit setting. Therefore, thinning the inflorescences retained on the fruiting branches can enhance the development of the remaining flowers.
Inflorescences. Refers to removing the entire inflorescence on the result branch. Inflorescences are needed when the plant is loaded with a large amount of inflorescence. Poorly developed weak florets and inflorescences that are densely distributed or improperly located are removed, leaving nutrients to concentrate on the supply of fine inflorescences left behind. In addition to the total plant load, it depends on the strength of the resulting shoots. Strong results with two or more spikes can be well developed and can be used as a good result of the next year. The weak result branch, even if one is born with a spike, will often grow poorly and maturely. Not only should it not be used as the result of the next year's mother branch, but the wintering power is also poor. According to the experience at home and abroad, for the fresh foods such as Rosen, Kyoho, etc., the principle of â€œstrong 2 in 1 weak not to stayâ€ can be used as a reference for the sparse inflorescences, that is, strong branches can retain 2 spikes, and the golden mean branch can be maintained. Leave 1 ear, weak branches do not leave as much as possible.
Inflorescences can be combined with shoots to remove shoots, but they can also be removed from flowering to flowering on the basis of shoot removal. From the perspective of conservation and conservation, it is advisable to proceed as soon as possible.
Axillary tip and inflorescence shaping. This is usually achieved by shaping the inflorescence tips and inflorescences. Instead of removing individual flowers, it is often necessary to remove the rachis branches (spiklets) at each level in the inflorescence. The axillary spikes and inflorescences are preferably made within one week before flowering. Too late, the effect of promoting fruit setting is poor; prematurely, the inflorescence is not stretch enough, and shaping is not very convenient. The degree of the tip of a tadpole is generally about 1/4 to 1/5 of the length of the inflorescence for roses and Kyoho. After tipping, it not only achieves the purpose of removing some of the flowers, but also reduces the risk of the tip of the ear prone to soft tipping or water jar disease.
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