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Pruning time affects development of Chenin blanc vines

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Amand N. Kasimatis, Viticulture and Enology Extension, University of California
Edward P. Vilas, Viticulture and Enology Extension, University of California

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California Agriculture 39(3):17-18.

Published March 01, 1985

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Pruning late (March) instead of early (December) delayed shoot and grape development, but it might still be preferable if it reduced Eutypa dieback.

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Pruning time affects development of Chenin blanc vines

Amand N. Kasimatis, Edward P. Vilas
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Pruning time affects development of Chenin blanc vines

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Authors

Amand N. Kasimatis, Viticulture and Enology Extension, University of California
Edward P. Vilas, Viticulture and Enology Extension, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 39(3):17-18.

Published March 01, 1985

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Pruning late (March) instead of early (December) delayed shoot and grape development, but it might still be preferable if it reduced Eutypa dieback.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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