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Effect of Irrigation and Crop Level on Growth, Yield and Wine Quality of Cabernet Sauvignon

@inproceedings{Bravdo1985EffectOI,
  title={Effect of Irrigation and Crop Level on Growth, Yield and Wine Quality of Cabernet Sauvignon},
  author={B. Bravdo and Y. Hepner and C. Loinger and Shabtai Cohen and H. Tabacman},
  year={1985}
}
  • B. Bravdo, Y. Hepner, +2 authors H. Tabacman
  • Published 1985
  • Chemistry
  • Four drip irrigation schedules were applied to a Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard during five seasons. The vines of each irrigation schedule were subjected to three cluster thinning treatments resulting in three different crop levels. Water uptake from soil reserves was increased by restricted irrigation, intensive vegetative growth, and low crop load. Restricted irrigation also increased water uptake from soil reserves located at the periphery of the wetted soil zone. Total water uptake was the… CONTINUE READING

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