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grapevine

Grapevine Frost/Freeze Damage I: Background and Prevention

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Damage from low temperatures in early spring when grapevines are initiating their growth is a risk to sustainable/profitable wine grape production in the Eastern US. The majority of Maryland vineyards do not experienced a significant amount of freeze damage annually, in a major part due to proper...

Assessing Grapevine Bud Damage

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Timely Viticulture Updated: February 26, 2018 Damage from low winter temperatures is arguably the greatest risk to sustainable profitable winegrape production in the eastern US. The majority of Maryland vineyards have not experienced a significant amount of low temperature damage over the past...

Understanding Grapevine Bud Damage

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Timely Viticulture Update: February 26, 2018 Damage from low winter temperatures is arguably the greatest risk to sustainable profitable winegrape production in the eastern US. The majority of Maryland vineyards had not experienced a significant amount of low temperature damage over the past decade...
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