Recent Research Effects of Rootstocks and Irrigation Amounts
Productivity of Cabernet Sauvignon Grown Near Paso Robles, California
Mar 2002 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Due to increased demand by urban areas in California, the amount of water available for agricultural purposes may be limited in the future. Grapevines are generally considered efficient users of water as the amount they use is less than that of other agricultural crops (Smart and Coombe, 1983). Studies have been conducted to determine the drought tolerance of Vitis species, Vitis vinifera cultivars and/or commercial rootstocks using various screening methods (Carbonneau, 1985; During and Scienza...
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