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Vegetative and fruiting responses of grapes to chlorsulfuron


, : Vegetative and fruiting responses of grapes to chlorsulfuron. Proceedings, North Central Weed Control Conference (Vol.39): 146

Nine-year-old grapevines Chancellor were treated with 0.0175-0.14 kg chlorsulfuron/ha in combination with 3.4 kg oryzalin/ha. All rates of chlorsulfuron controlled broadleaved weeds but internode growth on the grape shoots was reduced, significantly so with the highest rate + oryzalin. Berry size was reduced by all but the lowest chlorsulfuron rate and the highest rate reduced soluble solids and titratable acidity in the grapes.

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