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Boron deficiency of grapes: Soil application at one ounce of borax per vine supplies enough boron for normal growth after midwinter pruning

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M. M. Barnes, University of California, Riverside.
W. W. Jones, University of California, Riverside.

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California Agriculture 10(8):12-12.

Published August 01, 1956

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Vines develop abnormal growth if they bud out early following midwinter pruning—in certain vineyards in southern California—apparently because of insufficient boron at time of budding out.

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Boron deficiency of grapes: Soil application at one ounce of borax per vine supplies enough boron for normal growth after midwinter pruning

M. M. Barnes, W. W. Jones
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Boron deficiency of grapes: Soil application at one ounce of borax per vine supplies enough boron for normal growth after midwinter pruning

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Authors

M. M. Barnes, University of California, Riverside.
W. W. Jones, University of California, Riverside.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(8):12-12.

Published August 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Vines develop abnormal growth if they bud out early following midwinter pruning—in certain vineyards in southern California—apparently because of insufficient boron at time of budding out.

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