Grant-in-Aid for Overseas Scientific Survey.
|Section||University-to-University Cooperative Research|
|Research Institution||Kagoshima University|
岩堀 修一 鹿児島大学, 農学部, 教授 (00012055)
HASHINAGA Fumio Kagoshima University, Faculty of Agriculture, 農学部, 教授 (70038222)
WETZSTEIN H. ジョージア大学, 農学部, 准教授
MEYERS S.C. ジョージア大学, 農学部, 準教授
AUSTIN M.E. ジョージア大学, 農学部, 教授
冨永 茂人 鹿児島大学, 農学部, 助教授 (90164029)
城島 十三夫 鹿児島大学, 農学部, 講師 (60041654)
MYERS S.C. ジョージア大学, 農学部, 准教授
AUSTIN Max E. Georgia University, College of Agriculture
MYERS Stephen C. Georgia University, College of Agriculture
JOHJIMA Tomio Kagoshima University, Faculty of Agriculture
TOMINAGA Shigeto Kagoshima University, Faculty of Agriculture
WETZSTEIN Hazel Y. Georgia University, College of Agriculture
|Project Fiscal Year
1990 – 1992
Completed(Fiscal Year 1992)
|Budget Amount *help
¥5,600,000 (Direct Cost : ¥5,600,000)
Fiscal Year 1992 : ¥1,800,000 (Direct Cost : ¥1,800,000)
Fiscal Year 1991 : ¥1,800,000 (Direct Cost : ¥1,800,000)
Fiscal Year 1990 : ¥2,000,000 (Direct Cost : ¥2,000,000)
|Keywords||Introduction of new cultivars / Mascadine grape / Peach / Blueberry / Raspberry / Transplant of vegetable crops / Mechanical stress / 新種の導入 / マスカディンブドウ / モモ / ブル-ベリ- / ラズベリ- / 野菜の移植 / 機械的ストレス / 果樹の導入 / 早生モモ / 果実品質|
Introduction, acclimatization, propagation and postharvest handling of deciduous fruit trees from the State of Georgia, U. S. A. and breeding or the production of high quality transplants of vegetable crops were investigated.
Climatic conditions in Georgia are similar to those in Kagoshima. But summer in Kagoshima is so hot and long that the State of Georgia is more suitable than Kagoshima Prefecture for cultivation of deciduous fruit trees such as muscadine grape, American peach, blackberry and raspberry.
We have introduced 9 muscadine grape cultivars, 10 American peach cultivars and 3 blackberry cultivars from Georgia, and have done research works their yield and quality. It will need to investigate their adaptation to the climate of southern Japan.
The effect of mechanical stress on transplant or plant growth of tomato, cucumber and others was found to improve the compactness and quality of transplants, being profound to the cultivars which grow taller than others. The effect of mechanical stress was revealed within 3 hours.
Cooperative works of 3 researchers from Department of Horticulture in the University of Georgia, U. S. A. were as follows : Dr. M. E. Austin researched on the cause of a low crops yield of blueberry in Kagoshima ; Dr. S. C. Myers discussed about the acclimatization of American peach in Kagoshima and the effects of pruning and training of the peach for a high quality production ; Dr. H. Y. Wetzstein worked on the propagation methods of peach, mascadine grape and blueberry.