Flaminia, a self-incompatible peach variety: Short communication
C.G. Tsipouridis, T. Thomidishttps://doi.org/10.17221/3872-HORTSCICitation:Tsipouridis C.G., Thomidis T. (2003): Flaminia, a self-incompatible peach variety: Short communication. Hort. Sci. (Prague), 30: 121-122.
This study showed that the peach variety Flaminia is self-incompatible in Northern Greece, and it produces fruits only after cross fertilization. Among the peach varieties Doukessa, Fayette, Late Naoussas, Princess Anne and Autumn Free used as pollinators, the peach variety Fayette was found as the best in Northern Greece.
pollinators; peach varieties; self-fertilization