Seasonal Dynamics of Mineral Uptake and Allocation in Whole Pinot noir Vines in a Red Hill Soil 2001-2002 Public Deposited

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  • Objectives of Research: 1) Construct a whole-vine dry matter and mineral allocation budget for mature grapevines grown in Jory (basaltic parent material) soil. 2) Determine the associated seasonal dynamics of plant-available soil minerals. 3) Model the timing of uptake and allocation of mineral nutrients in different vine tissues.
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  • Schreiner, R. P., & Baham, J. (2002). Seasonal Dynamics of Mineral Uptake and Allocation in Whole Pinot noir Vines in a Red Hill Soil 2001-2002. Oregon Wine Advisory Board Progress Report.
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