The Effect of Different Ways and Dosages of Boron Application on Black Dimrit (Vitis vinifera L.) Grape’s Yield and Quality

F. ER, A. AKIN and M. KARA
University of Selcuk, Department of Soil Science, College of Profession, 42500 Cumra, Konya, Turkey


ER, F., A. AKIN and M. KARA, 2011. The effect of different ways and dosages of boron application on Black dimrit (Vitis vinifera L.) grape’s yield and quality. Bulg. J. Agric. Sci., 17: 544-550

This study has been carried out to determine the effects of Boron on the yield and quality of Black Dimrit grape Hadim-Aladag (Konya) when NPK is applied and not applied as ground fertilizer. The experiment was carried out in N0P0K0 not applied and NPK applied 150-50-50 g/vine stocks (N1P1K1) by giving Boron as 11% Borax dosages; B0 0 g, B1 2,5 g, B2 5 g, B3 10 g Boron/vinestock. The Boron application: I. Boron application was on vinestock drop-lines by mixing it (20-30 cm deep) 15 days before blooming, II. Application started 15 days before blooming and repeated at 15 day intervals. One fourth of boron was applied by spraying on the leaves in four times.

Key words: Grape, Boron application, Soil analysis, Vitis vinifera L., quality, grape

See the article as a PDF