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Effect of irrigation amounts and canopy management on vine water relations, canopy microclimate, berry characteristics, and productivity of Cabernet Sauvignon



Effect of irrigation amounts and canopy management on vine water relations, canopy microclimate, berry characteristics, and productivity of Cabernet Sauvignon



American Journal of Enology & Viticulture 53(3): 256A




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