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Grapevine growth distortions: a guide to identifying symptoms Public Deposited

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  • Many factors can cause distorted growth in grapevines. One cause of distorted growth is a disorder known as Short Shoot Syndrome (SSS), which is associated with mite feeding damage. However, similar abnormal growth symptoms can be caused by spring frost damage, herbicide damage, vine imbalance (overcropping of vines), nutrient deficiency or toxicity, and other pests such as cane borers or shothole beetles. This publication will help you identify probable causes of distorted growth.
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