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of yield, and berry chemistry of ‘Merlot’ grapevine during and after conversion to mechanical management in a hot climate viticulture region. Materials and methods Experimental site and plant material. This study was conducted from 2013 to 2015 at a

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own-rooted vines. Although the use of rootstocks offers numerous potential benefits in U.S. viticulture ( Christensen, 2003 ), the horticultural and economic advantages of using rootstocks with ‘Chambourcin’ in the midwestern United States have not yet

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Soleil’ has exhibited very good adaptation to the climate of the Texas Gulf Coast and Florida Panhandle, resulting in the production of high-quality wine. The most significant characteristic of ‘Blanc Du Soleil’ is its apparent Pierce’s disease (PD

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, soil conditioning, and crop thinning, in cool and hot–warm climates ( Bavaresco et al., 2008 ; Bledsoe et al., 1988 ; Keller et al., 2005 ; Reynolds et al, 1996 ; Sadras and McCarthy, 2007 ). However, climate often influences cultural treatments and

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]. In 2011, nearly 44,000 acres of wine grapes existed in Washington, a 395% increase over the last 18 years ( USDA, 2011b ). The region hosts 13 American Viticultural Areas (AVAs) acknowledged by the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Trade Bureau on the basis of

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grape vines, reducing the grape yield and quality. In recent years, the grape and wine industry in the Hexi Corridor, located in northwestern China (36–40° N latitude), has been developing rapidly. This region has a hot and dry climate, with ample

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stability and growth of the global viticulture industry. The effect of rootstock on the growth and resilience of the plant, its fruit production, and the composition and quality of the fruit and resulting wine is well documented. Rootstocks can improve vine

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Australia, ≈80 km northeast of Adelaide. The climate of the region is described as warm ( Smart and Dry, 2004 ) with mean January temperature in the range from 21.0 to 22.9 °C and 1817 biologically effective day degrees ( Gladstones, 1992 ). Rainfall is

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distinct muscat flavor, with notes of grapefruit, floral, and green apple, that presents in the progeny. The original plant of ‘Indulgence’ was selected in 1992 by Moore and tested as selection Ark. 2359. Viticultural evaluation of ‘Indulgence’ was

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viticultural region (climate and vine management) ( Bennett et al., 2005 ). Although CHOs, scion viability, and shoot length differed across cultivars, this was also dependent on site and rootstock combinations ( Tables 2 and 3 ). Starch and sugar levels

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