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Pruning-time studies on grapes: Southern California investigations on relationship between vine pruning time and the so-called grape bud mite problem

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Martin M. Barnes, University of California College of Agriculture
Chester L. Hemstreet, University of California College of Agriculture
Charles L. Turzan, University of California College of Agriculture

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California Agriculture 6(2):6-14.

Published February 01, 1952

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Vineyard pruning-time studies in southern California—for the season of 1950 and confirmed in 1951—have shown a relationship between pruning time in head-pruned vineyards and the incidence of so-called bud mite injury. This term was adopted in California following general acceptance of a diagnosis in which the grape bud mite, a physiological strain of Eriophyes vitis (Pgst.), was designated as the causal agent of certain growth abnormalities and crop losses in vineyards.

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Pruning-time studies on grapes: Southern California investigations on relationship between vine pruning time and the so-called grape bud mite problem

Martin M. Barnes, Chester L. Hemstreet, Charles L. Turzan
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Pruning-time studies on grapes: Southern California investigations on relationship between vine pruning time and the so-called grape bud mite problem

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Authors

Martin M. Barnes, University of California College of Agriculture
Chester L. Hemstreet, University of California College of Agriculture
Charles L. Turzan, University of California College of Agriculture

Publication Information

California Agriculture 6(2):6-14.

Published February 01, 1952

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Vineyard pruning-time studies in southern California—for the season of 1950 and confirmed in 1951—have shown a relationship between pruning time in head-pruned vineyards and the incidence of so-called bud mite injury. This term was adopted in California following general acceptance of a diagnosis in which the grape bud mite, a physiological strain of Eriophyes vitis (Pgst.), was designated as the causal agent of certain growth abnormalities and crop losses in vineyards.

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