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Effect of Canopy Management Practices on Fruit Set, Yield Components and Fruit Composition Public Deposited

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  • The effect of shoot tipping, lateral shoot length and cluster zone leaf removal on yield, yield components, fruit composition and soundness were evaluated on mature Pinot noir grapevines. Shoot tip removal at bloom improved percent fruit set, number of berries per cluster and cluster weight. Elimination of lateral shoots also improved fruit set. There was no effect of cluster zone leaf removal on yield or yield components but must soluble solids decreased slightly. Shoot tipping decreased must soluble solids, pH and anthocyanin content. Brix and pH increased with increasing lateral shoot length.
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