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  • Traditional vineyard practices in Oregon are labor intensive and require large pools of available labor for pruning, shoot positioning, and harvest. A mechanized system of grape growing has been developed in Australia to eliminate almost all of the handwork involved with grape production. The cornerstone of this system is minimal pruning. In this system the severe hand pruning normally done during the dormant period is eliminated and replaced with a light summer pruning. This results in a very different vine structure that has the potential to greatly change yield components and the cluster environment. In many instances minimal pruning has resulted in improvements in wine quality. Trials were initiated in Oregon to test the potential of minimal pruning in Oregon and to evaluate possible wine quality responses.
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