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Effects of chlormequat, girdling, and tipping on berry set in Vitis vinifera L



Effects of chlormequat, girdling, and tipping on berry set in Vitis vinifera L



American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 39(1): 91-94



Application of chlormequat at 700 mg/litre or girdling of trunks one week before capfall increased bunch weight and yield in a high-yielding clone (10/5) and a low-yielding clone (D5V12) of the Pinot Noir. Responses to the 2 treatments were similar. Responses were much greater in D5V12, where yields were doubled, compared with the untreated controls. Another treatment, tipping shoots one week before capfall, caused a small increase in yield.

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