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Dealing with Spring Frost Issues

The one-in-three-decades frost last spring will have lasting effects into harvest and, possibly, beyond.
Aug 2008 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
:link { color: blue } :visited { color: purple } Sprinkler-applied water freezes around new growth during a frost protection event. As long as liquid water is continuously applied, the plant tissue will not freeze. Last spring's monster frost season was, according to most, the worst that they've experienced in at least 30 years. For many of us "younger" folks, that was the worst we've ever seen. Gr...
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