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Effects and of storage conditions and time of planting on rooting of Thompson Seedless cuttings

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C. J. Alley, Department of Viticulture and Enology, University of California, Davis
L. P. Christensen, Fresno County

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California Agriculture 24(12):6-7.

Published December 01, 1970

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: THE PROPER TIME TO PLANT grape cuttings is not well established. Growers generally plant cuttings in March and April. Cuttings are made in the winter and early spring and are stored in the soil or refrigerated until they are planted. The best depth and position in the soil for cuttings in storage have also not yet been determined. It is becoming a common practice to refrigerate graft-sticks, rootings and cuttings. The effects of this method of storage on subsequent rooting, and also the effects of the time of planting on rooting, needed researching.

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John Peterson and field assistants of the Kearney Horticultural Field Station assisted in planting the cuttings, digging, grading and weighing the rootings.

Effects and of storage conditions and time of planting on rooting of Thompson Seedless cuttings

C. J. Alley, L. P. Christensen
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Effects and of storage conditions and time of planting on rooting of Thompson Seedless cuttings

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

C. J. Alley, Department of Viticulture and Enology, University of California, Davis
L. P. Christensen, Fresno County

Publication Information

California Agriculture 24(12):6-7.

Published December 01, 1970

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: THE PROPER TIME TO PLANT grape cuttings is not well established. Growers generally plant cuttings in March and April. Cuttings are made in the winter and early spring and are stored in the soil or refrigerated until they are planted. The best depth and position in the soil for cuttings in storage have also not yet been determined. It is becoming a common practice to refrigerate graft-sticks, rootings and cuttings. The effects of this method of storage on subsequent rooting, and also the effects of the time of planting on rooting, needed researching.

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Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

John Peterson and field assistants of the Kearney Horticultural Field Station assisted in planting the cuttings, digging, grading and weighing the rootings.


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