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Will effects of the 2016 drought carry over into 2017?

The 2016 growing season was notable for a drought that started in April and continued through September.  A more typical pattern in drought years is for mid- to late-season drought stress that starts well after grapevine canopies are fully developed.  Will the early timing of the 2016 drought cause carryover effects on vines in 2017?  

In this article, published on the Cornell University website, Tim Martinson, Alan Lakso, and Alex Koeberle address potential vine impacts in 2017 resulting from early-season vine stress in 2016.

We recommend reading the original article at the original source: click here

Published on 03/04/2017
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