Data from: Climate warming leads to advanced fruit development period of temperate woody species but divergent changes in its length

Qianqian Ma, Heikki Hänninen, Frank Berninger, Xiaobo Li & Jian-Guo Huang
Climate warming has significantly altered the phenology of plants in recent decades. However, in contrast to the widely reported warming-induced extension of vegetative growing season, the response of fruit development period (FDP) from flowering to fruiting remains largely unexplored, particularly for woody plants. Analyzing >560,000 in situ observations of both flowering and fruiting dates for six temperate woody species across 2958 European phenological observations sites during 1980 – 2013, we found that in all species...
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