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Effect of varying cane lengths on the fruiting potential of Gulabi vines



Effect of varying cane lengths on the fruiting potential of Gulabi vines



Indian Journal of Horticulture 34(3): 225-228



In a 3-year trial with 3-year-old grapevines, Gulabi, trained on a 2.1-m high pergola, the effects were compared of pruning to leave 10, 7, 6 or 5 canes, each with 6, 8, 10 or 12 buds, respectively. The highest yields in each year were obtained with pruning to 12-bud canes, and this treatment usually resulted in the highest percentage bud burst and fruitful shoots, and the greatest cluster numbers/vine.

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