Cluster-thinning ‘de Chaunac’ French Hybrid Grapes Improves Vine Vigor and Fruit Quality in Ontario1

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K. Helen Fisher Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Harrow, Ontario NOR 1G0, Canada

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O. A. Bradt Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario, Vineland Station, Ontario LOR 2E0, Canada

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K. Helen Fisher Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food, Harrow, Ontario NOR 1G0, Canada

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Received for publication December 5, 1975.

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Present Address: Agronomy Department, Fairview College, Fairview, Alta.

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