Makeeva, G.Yu., Tyak, G.V., Makeev, V.A., & Makarov, S.S. (2023). Creation of the first russian cultivars of blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium Ait.). Contemporary horticulture, 1, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.52415/23126701_2023_0101 The results of breeding for the creation of blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium Ait.) hybrids suitable for cultivation in the regions of the taiga zone of the European part of Russia are given. The hybrids were obtained using two original maternal blueberry cultivars – Northblue and Putte. The pollinators of Northblue were economically valuable forms of V. angustifolium and the pollinators of Putte were forms and cultivars of highbush blueberry (V. corymbosum). 13 most promising forms of V. angustifolium were selected for cultivation in the conditions of the European part of Russia on the basis of comprehensive assessment results; these forms have the ability to be propagated using rhizomatous cuttings and partial bushes and differ in terms of berry ripening and some other characteristics. The indicators of fruiting (yield, average berry weight) of selected forms in the conditions of the Kostroma region are given for 3 years of observation. Four hybrid forms were registered as the first cultivars of V. angustifolium in Russia (Neya, Nerl, Lakomka, Pomorochka) in 2022—2023. The created cultivars and hybrids are characterized by high winter hardiness, good yield, large size of fruits and a number of other positive features. The yield of V. angustifolium cultivars and hybrids obtained from Northblue was 1.5—3.1 kg/bush with an average berry weight of 1.2—1.6 g. The yield of cultivars and hybrids obtained from Putte was 3.2—6.4 kg/bush with an average berry weight of 1.0—1.3 g.
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Nebroy, K.Y. (2023). Modern directions in black currant breeding research and possible ways of their implementation. Contemporary horticulture, 1, 15-30. https://doi.org/10.52415/23126701_2023_0102 The article gives a brief overview of the current level of black currant varietal renewal. The Russian scientists made a significant contribution to the improvement of the crop assortment, thanks to whose works the domestic cultivars are almost completely represented in the State Register. When studying inbred and clonal families using heterosis breeding methods, the scientists of the All-Russian Lupine Research Institute created large-fruited cultivars Izyumnaya, Selechenskaya 2, Dar Smolyaninova and others, which have high commodity and consumer qualities of fruits,. Crossings carried out by the breeders of the FSBSI "I.V. Michurin FSC", using the European and Siberian subspecies of black currants, Ribes dikuscha (Golubka, Pamyat Michurina, etc.), made it possible to create bud mite-resistant, high-vitamin cultivars Otbornaya, Rossiyanka and Smuglyanka. Invaluable contribution to the improvement of black currant cultivars has been made by the researchers of VNIISPK. As a result of targeted research, 15 black currant cultivars resistant to powdery mildew and white pine blister rust have been created and submitted to the State Variety Testing since 1991. Black berry breeding is also carried out by scientists from the Sverdlovsk Horticultural Breeding Station, where the basis of the crop assortment of the vast region of northern horticulture has been created, and such cultivars as Napev Uralsky, Voevoda, Fortuna, Shaman, etc., have become the visiting card of the Institution. An important contribution to the breeding of black currant was made by the Research Institute of Horticulture of Siberia named after M. A. Lisavenko, Department of the Federal Altai Scientific Centre for Agrobiotechnologies, where such popular cultivars as Rita, Sokrovishche, Sharovidnaya, Yadrennaya, etc. were created. Scientists of the FSBSO «Federal Horticultural Center for Breeding, Agrotechnology and Nursery» have been working with the crop for many years, thanks to whom, ten cultivars of black currants from the Kokinsky stronghold of the FSBSO ARHCBAN: Gamayun, Strelets, Vera and others have been included in the State Register since 2011 and new promising cultivars Favorit and Kaskad have been transferred to the State Test.
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Gorlanov, S.V.; & Makarenko, S.A. (2023). Winter hardiness of apple cultivars in the conditions of the eastern Orenburg region. Contemporary horticulture, 1, 31-39. https://doi.org/10.52415/23126701_2023_0103 The Orenburg region is rich in climatic resources of the growing season, which makes it possible to grow fruit crops in an industrial culture. The limiting factor is the sharply continental conditions of the winter period with a possible drop in air temperature below - 40 °C and daily air temperature fluctuations in February-March causing sunburn. The results of studying the influence of the climate of autumn-winter periods on the winter hardiness of apple trees in the conditions of the Eastern Orenburg region are presented for the period 2016—2021. For the first time, the degree of freezing of trees and damage to the bark by sunburn of 15 apple cultivars in winter in the intensive orchard of the Eastern Orenburg region was assessed. The studies were carried out in perennial plantations of IP Gorlanov S.V. in Orsk, Orenburg region. Seven apple cultivars of the Ural breeding, 6 cultivars of the Central European breeding, 1 cultivar of the European breeding and 1 Canadian cultivar planted in the period 2014—2015 were studied. In the course of the research, the degree of freezing of apple trees was assessed by comparative analysis depending on the climate of winter periods. According to the results of the study, the negative impact of a sharp decrease in air temperature was observed at the beginning of the winter period on the preparation and degree of freezing of apple trees of various ecological and geographical origins. In the winter period of 2016/17, Brusnichnoye had damage to trees up to 2.0 points at the level of the controls Persianka and Isetskoye Pozdnee. Aksena, Blagaya Vest, Zaryanka, Iyulskoye Chernenko, Krasa Sverdlovska, Kuibyshevskoye, Martovskoye, Nastenka, Osennee Aloye, Pamyat Voinu and Rassvet Isetsky had the average damage of 3.0—3.5 points. Ligol and Honey Crisp received irreversible damage. Increased insolation during winter periods causes damage to the bark of Ligol and Honey Crisp up to 4.0 points.
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Muratova, S.A., & Subbotina, N.S. (2023). In vitro root formation of two Viburnum opulus cultivars. Contemporary horticulture, 1, 40-49. https://doi.org/10.52415/23126701_2023_0104 The article presents the study results of the of auxins effect on in vitro root formation efficiency of Viburnum opulus L. Perspective cultivars Granatovy Braslet and Krasny Coral were studied. Rhizogenesis media on the base of diluted culture medium Murashige-Skoog supplemented with the various concentration of two growth regulators of auxin nature (IBA and IAA) were tested. Data of morphological parameters such as average plant length (cm), average root length (cm) and average root number per plant at in vitro root formation stage is given. Effective concentrations and type of auxin for each genotype were determined. The MSr medium containing 20 g/l sucrose with 0.5—1.0 mg/l IBA was optimal at the stage of rhizogenesis of Granatovy Braslet. The frequency of rooting was 58.5—65.0 %. The maximum frequency of rhizogenesis (100 %) of Krasny Coral was obtained on the rooting medium with 0.25 mg/l IBA, but the maximum number of roots per rooted cutting of this cultivar was obtained in the medium with 0.25 mg/l IAA.
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Nevostrueva, E.Yu. (2023). The study of compact forms of raspberries in arid conditions of the growing season in the Middle Urals. Contemporary horticulture, 1, 50-57. https://doi.org/10.52415/23126701_2023_0105 Raspberries are one of the popular crops, the berries of which are widely in demand. And the demand for berry products is growing every year, while the cultivation of raspberries is a rather laborious process. Therefore, to meet consumer demand, it is necessary to grow high-yielding cultivars. One way to increase the yield of raspberries is to create cultivars with compact shoots that have shortened internodes and an increased number of laterals on them. This type includes 4 selected seedlings isolated from the family 5-45-07 × Antares and populations from the open pollination of the form 5-45-07. The compactness index of these seedlings is in the range of 2.2—3.8. In the control Vysokaya, which has non-compact shoots, this indicator is 6.5. Along with compactness, the selected seedlings have an increased number of laterals per shoot (13—19 pcs.) and are large-fruited (the average berry weight is 3.8—4.1 g). Seedlings 3-61-15 and 4-61-15 excel in productivity (55.0—79.4 c/ha), in comparison with the control Vysokaya. In dry conditions of the growing seasons of 2021 and 2022 all selected seedlings were distinguished by large size of fruits (2.3—2.8 g, in the control – 1.3 g), and seedlings 3-61-15 and 4-61-15 were characterized by higher yield (16.9—25.6 c/ha, in the control – 10.9 c / ha). In drought season 2022, seedlings 62-15 and 2-61-15 turned out to be without damage from the influence of high air temperatures and lack of precipitation. Seedlings 3-61-15 and 4-61-15 suffered from this drought much less compared to the control – 9.1—13.6% of dried shoots and 13.3—24.3% of berries on the bush. According to the results of the assessment, the selected compact seedlings are planned to be involved in breeding work as sources of drought resistance and complex sources of economically valuable traits.
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