Thematic electronic scientific online journal NCFSCHVW

Fruit growing
and viticulture of South Russia



Satibalov Aslan

Federal state budgetary scientific institution "North-Caucasian research Institute of mountain and foothill gardening"

Candidate of Agricultural Sciences

Articles in journal: (total 7)

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8 с.
Genetic Resources, Cultivar, selection
Date posted: 06.09.2010
UDC: . 631.526 : 634.1.13.
Keywords: FOOTHILL, PEAR VARIETIES, PERIOD OF BLOOMING, POLINATORS, EXAM

Annotation

The analysis of research on selection of the best varicties for pear pollination is presented. Cross-pollination study between varuties has shown existence of selectivity of varieties fertilisation. Pollination of the same variety by pollen of various varieties results in different outcomes. The best varieties for pollination of different kinds of pear are revealed.

How to cite
Satibalov A. SELECTION OF THE BEST PEAR VARIETIES FOR POLLINATION IN FOOTHILLS OF KABARDINO-BALKARIA [Electronic resource] // Fruit growing and viticulture of South Russia. 2010. № 6(5). pp. 1–8. URL: http://journalkubansad.ru/pdf/10/05/01.pdf. (request date: 08.08.2022).
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174 Кб
16 с.
Resource potential of the agricultural territories
Date posted: 15.03.2013
Keywords: ECOLOGY, ADAPTIVE HORTICULTURE, VARIETIES OF FRUIT CROPS

Annotation

Issues of agriculture ecologization and, in particular, horticulture are considered in a review article. Practical application of knowledge about specific conditions of climatic and orographic terrain features and breed-varietal characteristics of fruit crops also will allow not only avoid unnecessary costs but also save the environment from soil erosion and pollution by means of chemical protection and fertilizers

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Satibalov A. INFLUENCE OF ANTHROPOGENIC EFFECT ON MOUNTAIN AGROBIOCENOSIS [Electronic resource] // Fruit growing and viticulture of South Russia. 2013. № 20(2). pp. 31–46. URL: http://journalkubansad.ru/pdf/13/02/04.pdf. (request date: 08.08.2022).
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174 Кб
16 с.
Genetic Resources, Cultivar, selection
Date posted: 15.05.2013
UDC: 634.1.13: 631.52
Keywords: PEAR, SELECTION, GROWTH OF TREE, WINTER HARDINESS, PRODUCTIVITY, DISEASE RESISTANCE, FRUIT QUALITY

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This article presents the results of pear breeding with the purpose of creating of new high adaptive varieties that combine the resistance to adverse environment factors and fungal diseases, stable productivity, small size of tree crown, the attractiveness of appearance and good taste of fruits.

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Satibalov A. BREEDING OF PEAR VITH TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION THE AGROBIOLOGICAL REGUIREMENTS OF MODERN HORTICULTURE [Electronic resource] // Fruit growing and viticulture of South Russia. 2013. № 21(3). pp. 15–30. URL: http://journalkubansad.ru/pdf/13/03/03.pdf. (request date: 08.08.2022).
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143 Кб
11 с.
Resource potential of the agricultural territories
Date posted: 15.07.2011   Informregistr code: 0421100126/0057
UDC: 634.1.13: 632.111.5
Keywords: FOOTHILLS, PEAR VARIETIES, CLIMATE, WINTER HARDINESS

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Analys of the results of research on winter-hardiness of pear varieties in the specific climatic conditions of the mountains and foothills of the North Caucasus is presented in the article

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Satibalov A. THE ESTIMATION OF WINTER HARDINESS OF THE PEAR VARIETIES IN THE CONDITION OF THE NORTH CAUCASUS HILLSIDES [Electronic resource] // Fruit growing and viticulture of South Russia. 2011. № 10(4). pp. 100–110. URL: http://journalkubansad.ru/pdf/11/04/11.pdf. (request date: 08.08.2022).
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684 Кб
19 с.
Physiology and biochemistry of plants
Date posted: 16.05.2022
UDC: 631.9:332.1 (470.64)
DOI: 10.30679/2219-5335-2022-3-75-130-148
Keywords: CLIMATE, GLOBAL WARMING, CARBON DIOXIDE, AGROECOSYSTEMS, INTENSIVE GARDENING

Annotation

The article presents the results of an assessment of the sequestering potential of intensive type gardens for the subsequent use of data f or the purpose of recommendations on their involvement in agroclimatic projects. To date, on the basis of the available modern theoretical knowledge, as well as high-precision laboratory and analytical equipment, leading scientists around the world are monitoring organic carbon. And certain results have been achieved in this direction. Analysis of research by foreign scientists shows that perennial plantings have great potential for providing regulatory ecosystem services, such as the possibility of mitigating the effects of impending climate change due to carbon uptake by perennial plantings and increasing the sustainability of the agricultural industry. There is no doubt that there is an urgent need for careful step-by-step monitoring of organic carbon. In this regard, decarbonization is of strategic importance for agro-industrial regions focused on the intensification of the industry. To digitally assess the carbon sequestering ability, it is necessary to use all possible parts of the tree that fix carbon: leaves, wood of the main trunk of trees and branches cut annually, soil organic matter, including carbon of microbial biomass, as well as final products fruits. This article presents materials that take into account the volume of fixed CO2 in the branches of trees subject to early spring pruning. Further development of agriculture in the republic may be associated with a large-scale transition of the crop industry, in general, and horticulture in particular to CCS-technologies (carbon capture and storage technologies). Such studies are designed to assist specialized professionals in making forecasts regarding the susceptibility of agricultural production to climate change in the future and indicate the available opportunities in overcoming emerging problems.

How to cite
Zanilov A., Nagoeva M., Bakuev J., Satibalov A. STEP BY STEP ASSESSMENT OF THE CARBON SEQUESTERING POTENTIAL OF INTENSIVE TYPE GARDENS FOR THEIR USE IN CLIMATE PROJECTS [Electronic resource] // Fruit growing and viticulture of South Russia. 2022. № 75(3). pp. 130–148. URL: http://journalkubansad.ru/pdf/22/03/11.pdf. DOI: 10.30679/2219-5335-2022-3-75-130-148 (request date: 08.08.2022).