Growth Diversion Using Disposable Canes to Reduce Vegetative Growth 1991 Public Deposited

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  • The objective of this project has been to develop a method to reduce vegetative growth in grapevines. Excess growth and dense canopies reduce wine quality and increase disease incidence, specifically botrytis bunch rot. Over the last four years, we extensively tested a method of reducing vegetative growth by a technique called growth diversion (GD). A description of the GD technique and preliminary results were printed in an article on canopy research at OSU in the April 1988 issue of this publication.
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  • Price, S. (1991). Growth Diversion Using Disposable Canes to Reduce Vegetative Growth 1991. Oregon Wine Advisory Board Research Progress Report.
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