Implementation of Alternative Canopy Management Techniques in the NW and SW to Improve Fruit Technological Maturity of Grapes Grown in Michigan

Research Date
2018
Authors
Paolo Sabbatini, Pat Murad, Josh Vanderweide, Tim Lemon, Jeff Lemon, Craig Cunningham, Thomas Todaro
Priorities
Best Practices, Crop Quality, Disease Management
Crop Categories
Grapes
Beverage Categories
Wine

This extension project aimed to study the effect of innovative mechanized canopy management strategies on grapevines to improve fruit quality at harvest.

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