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The acclimation and deacclimation rates of wood and flower buds of tart cherry were determined over 2 seasons and related to the time of defoliation that occurred as the result of pathogenic infection or hand removal during the first year of study. Early leaf loss resulted in delayed acclimation in the fall and more rapid deacclimation in the spring. The end result was reduced bud survival and decreased fruit set. The effects of early defoliation carried over into the second year.

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