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The University of Minnesota (UMN) Grape Breeding Program developed cold-hardy wine grape cultivars ( Vitis vinifera , V. labrusca , and V. riparia ) that have facilitated the establishment of a viable grape industry in the midwest region of the

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; Fallahi et al., 2001 ). Table grapes are one of the most important alternative fruit crops for many regions and even at a small scale would fit perfectly in the operation of any wine grape and tree fruit grower in the Intermountain West region, which

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Winter 2013–14 being the coldest of the six winters ( Table 1 ). Table 2. Survival of vines and primary buds of cold-climate northern hybrid grape cultivars and advanced selections recorded after each of six winters in central Iowa. By using Spearman

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located 40 inches above the soil surface. Cordons were spur-pruned each year and shoots were positioned vertically upright with the aid of trellis foliage wires. Table 1. Region of major production for red and white wine grape cultivars evaluated on their

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grape variety in Korea ( Fig. 1 ). Fig. 1. Pedigree of the ‘Black Star’. Description ‘Black Star’ is a vigorous cultivar ( Table 1 ). Its growth tends to be intensive, and thus proper canopy management during the growing season is

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of wine grape, is not widespread in the region and the absence of rootstock facilitates vine retraining in the event of cold injury. Table 1. A description of the alternative and leading standard wine grape cultivars evaluated in a field trial in

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a widely grown fruit crop in the world. ‘Centennial Seedless’ of Vitis vinifera L. is one of the most widely grown grape varieties in China because it is suitable for both table consumption and wine production ( Kong, 2004 ). The berries of the

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been observed or studied before the 2007 cold event to our knowledge. To provide summaries of crop injury across the region affected by the April freeze, researchers, extension specialists, and producers were contacted in 21 states ( Table 2 ). Fruit

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et al., 2015 ). The total land area used for grape cultivation has been increasing over the past 10 years in China, and China is now the leading grape producer worldwide ( International Organisation of Vine and Wine, 2018 ). The Xinjiang region

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crops, including wine grape, as a profitable specialty crop to propel a local agricultural/tourism economy. Current private grape acreage in the entire Four Corners region is ≈20 ha, but is supported by at least four boutique wineries with vineyards, and

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