Micronutrients for Grapevines 1989 Public Deposited

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  • Zinc and boron deficiencies are the most widespread micronutrient problems in California vineyards and thus have received the most attention in developing correction measures. Iron and manganese deficiencies are much less common and recommendations for their corrections are largely derived from experience in other viticultural areas and on other crops.
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  • Christensen, P. (1989). Micronutrients for Grapevines 1989. Oregon Wine Advisory Board Research Progress Report.
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