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Vine performance in relation to variations in certain fundamental characteristics of the training systems


, : Vine performance in relation to variations in certain fundamental characteristics of the training systems. XVIIIe Congres international de la vigne et du vin de l' OIV: 313-326

A review and discussion of trials in Italy, with mention of real and potential bud fertility, and the functions of the leaf and bud.


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