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The effects of three levels of pruning severity, two rates of soil applied nitrogen, and a three spray regime of foliar nutrients were investigated at a commercial `Concord' vineyard during the 1991 and 1992 growing seasons. While increased node number resulted in higher yields of less mature fruit, yield, vigor and fruit maturity were unaffected by rate of soil applied nitrogen. In both years, while yield was significantly reduced by the application of foliar nutrients growth and fruit maturity was unaffected.

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