- Title Assistant Professor
- Department Teaching and Research Center for Bio-coexistence
- Course Fujisaki Farm
- Research Field Pomology
- E-mail hayashida [at] hirosaki-u.ac.jp
please substitute @ for [at]
- Phone +81-172-26-8190
I study the pomology mainly on the apple of Fujisaki Farm. In my laboratory, it is charm the experiment utilized field.
I perform the new cultivar of breeding and registration, and I study their cultivation.
Establishment of the Japanese pear cultivation in the heavy snowfall area
Hiratsuka, S., M. Fujimura, T. Hayashida, Y. Nishikawa, and K. Nada. Pollen factors controlling self-incompatibility strength in Japanese pear. Sexual Plant Reproduction, 25: 347 – 352（2012）.
Hayashida, T., A. Horikawa, K. Nada and S. Hiratsuka. Copper and zinc ions induce both stylar RNase inhibition and fruit set in Japanese pear. Scientia Horticulturae, 164: 160 – 164（2013）.
Hayashida, T., K. Nada and S. Hiratsuka. Labor-saving fruit set cultivation of Japanese pear `Kosui’ by Bordeaux mixture. Hort Res. (Japan), 14: 357-363（2015）
Hayashida, T. Induction of parthenocarpy by Bordeaux mixture and its use for cultivation in Japanese pear. Doctoral thesis（2015）
Hayashida, T., K. Nada and S. Hiratsuka. Induction of parthenocarpy by Bordeaux mixture and its use for cultivation in Japanese pear ‘Kosui’. The Horticulture Journal，85: 193-200（2016）
Matsumoto, K., T. Fujita, S. Sato, M. Igarashi, Y. Hatsuyama, T. Hayashida and Y. Shiozaki. Breeding a New Apple Cultivar, ‘HFF63’/KimitoTM: Its Breeding Process and Characteristics. Hort Res. (Japan)，17(1): 115-122（2017）